Have Windows XP-SP1 Home and NIS 2004. PG 1.1 appears to be conflicting or blocking the Alert Messages from NIS. Here is what I found. On booting up, NIS 2004 module CCAPP.exe cpu utilization jumps up and oscillates at 70-80% cpu time. CCAPP is memory resident on reboot and stays in memory. I tried adding it and all the other executables of NIS in PG with all Allowed elements active (Close Message Handling not selected). This does not solve the problem. I know that everytime I boot up without PG 1.1, I get a CCAPP.exe alert box to block or permit internet access. This does NOT come up when PG 1.1 is installed...and the CPU time jumps way up. I even tried deactivating PG 1.1 and it does not seem to let CCAPP.exe complete whatever it wants to do. Uninstaling PG 1.1 appears to be the only way to stop the high CPU time and allow the NIS Alert Messages to pop up. Any ideas what I can try?