OK, thanks for the clarification. All I ask is that you don't give others the advice to run any of our software "as administrator" and that includes any installers. I have spent a load of time cleaning up after problems arising mostly from running the programs themselves "as administrator". It actually shouldn't hurt to run an installer that way but you will not see the elevation screen, and I never test any of the installers under those conditions because they are designed to Windows specs not to need it.

Sorry if I seem overbearing on this but it is a sore spot :-) :-)

Enjoy PinPoint!!!