I'm currently working on a security configuration for W7X64 Pro using local group policies, UAC and standard user accounts. I had composed a shortlist with security programs I already evaluated using the administrative user account. For security software I use the following principle: the security product should prevent regular end users from disabling the product. I discovered that after I installed various security programs using the administrative user account, a standard user account can click on the systray icon and disable or reconfigure the product. Some programs did support passwords, but I still prefer UAC support. During my limited testing I found that Microsoft Security Essentials, NOD32 and Windows Firewall support UAC. Using these products standard users are not allowed to disable or configure these programs without an UAC prompt. I would like to know if I did overlook something in my testing or is it actually possible to disable/reconfigure various security software as standard user?