I managed Windows 7 Ultimate so 2 programs automatically start at the begininning, however they can't. One is the popular FreePOPs: there's a link to launch it in the automatic launched programs folder of Win7, but it can only run if you launch it manually; in this case it asks to agree its author is unknown and it can modify system.. I chose yes and it run immediately. I think this authorization blocks the automatic startup. How to bypass this problem? The other program can't run at startup is called PeerBlock and, even if it doesn't appear in the automatic launched programs folder of Win7 is should be launched because it's a service.. If I manually launch it it asks if I agree it can modifty system data.. choosing yes it starts. Any help, please?