Today I logged into my admin account, opened up the PG gui and looked at the alerts. All of the alerts had timestamp of when I logged into the admin account, but they had happened earlier obviously since some of the stuff my wife only runs from her account and she wasn't around. Anyway, there were a ton of alerts about the following: "namewithheld.exe was blocked from creating a global keyboard hook" But when I go to the Protection tab and click on that item, it already is allowed to install global hooks. So why all the alerts? Could it be that my wife, who runs in a Limited User Account, was asked by PG to allow or deny the installation of global hooks? Could it be that the reason there are so many alerts is because she actually did Deny it since she probably didn't know what PG was asking her? But then she got tired of it and hit allow and remember and now that exe has the ability to allow global hooks? The app is trusted, so it's no biggie. But do you think that's what happened? Does a limited user get questioned if they want to allow an exe to install a global hook? I know they get execution alerts, but I didn't know they also get global hook alerts. Thanks.