You don't have your System Specs filled in. I believe this problem was limited to 64-bit versions but should have been resolved with WinPatrol 19.3.2010.5. Direct download link if you haven't updated yet: Download WinPatrol 19.3.2010.5
In the event you have the most recent version of WinPatrol and you are seeing the UAC prompt at startup, somehow there are two copies of WinPatrol trying to start. Bill Pytlovany indicated that this may have occurred when 19.0 was installed and should have been fixed with the new build.
Following is a quick fix that should resolve the issue:
- Open up the main WinPatrol tabbed Interface.
- Click on the Options tab.
- You should see a check box that says, “Automatically run WinPatrol when computer starts”
- Just Unclick the box in front of this message.
- Now click it again so the check box remains.
This action will remove the multiple copies of WinPatrol in the Start up List and initialize the correct start up setting.
As provided by Bill:
For those interested...
WinPatrol is split into two components to provide the best possible performance.
WinPatrol.exe is the small component which monitors for changes on your system. This is the program which displays the little Scotty in the taskbar and remains running in the background at all times. This component doesn't require UAC access and should not bring up the UAC prompt.
When you double click on the little Scotty icon it launches our main tabbed interface or WinPatrol Explorer(WinPatrolEx.exe). The program provides the main interface and allows you to review all your various programs. This component will bring up the UAC prompt because it's the power house that is allowed to change your system configuration values. The tabbed interface is also launched if WinPatrol.exe is launched a 2nd time. When you click on "Close", this program is removed from memory so only the smallest required portion of WinPatrol is running.
Please let me know if this solved the problem.