Hi, guys. I have been trying out NOD32. I like much of what I see, but it is not perfect. I am running on Windows 2000 as a non-Administrator. One problem I have run into is that when an infiltration occurs, AMON will pick it up, but it does not show me the alert window with the action selection (rename, delete, quarantine, etc.). Note that this works fine when I am logged in as Administrator. AMON does prohibit access to the file, but the file is still sitting there. Choosing "Clean automatically" in the AMON options does not help when the file is a worm like Bagle, because the file itself is the infection. It does not delete the file. Once again, I am left with an intact file sitting on my hard drive. Am I missing something, or is this a shortcoming of the program, as it stands now? Thanks.