As those of you running PeerBlock know, one needs to give PB administrative privileges. If one's using an administrator account (with UAC enabled), we can create task that will automatically open PB without being necessary for the user to enter credentials. The problem is that, for those using true standard user accounts, there are only three ways to run PeerBlock with administrative rights: 1) Manually launch it and give it the needed rights. It requires user interaction. 2) Run it as a service. No user interaction, but no tray bar icon either. 3) Create a task that will run it regardless of the administrator being logged in. It runs, but no user interface either. 4) One could create a task to run under the standard user account, with elevated rights. User interface appears, but we need to answer to the UAC prompt. 5) I suppose creating a task to run when administrator is logged in could work and provide the tray bar icon, provided we first log in as an administrator, and then switch to the standard user account. lol PeerBlock team has intentions of having PB 2 running as a service and provide a GUI for the user. But, isn't there some way to get the icon to appear in the tray bar? I mean, the program is already running with administrative privileges... and if one could get the icon to appear in tray bar, it would be great. Does anyone know if this is possible, at all?