thanks you for your honest reply - though I think you should reconsider your safety concept. Actually running at least WinXP using the Internet with admin rights is still not recommended - maybe this is not necessary in newer versions - I'm no so sure.
Meanwhile here is a workaround for those who see things like I do:
Once installed BoxCryptor runs as process and therefore it doesn't need to have admin rights. The virtual drive name exist as you can see in the explorer. The point is: you can not access it with restricted rights.
Here my advice: give back your user account admin privileges. Open an explorer window. Locate the folder preference 'open folder window in separate process' and mark it.
Give your user back restricted rights.
Now you need a little tool called 'RunAsGui3'
(http://download.cnet.com/RunAsGUI/3000-2094_4-10913442.html). Install it and run it.
Set program name to 'explorer.exe'. Set 'parameter' to your BoxCryptor drive (e.g. 'Q:'). Enter admin name and pass. The tool will produce an icon on the desktop. If you click it an explorer window with admin rights will open and show your virtual drive. If you like you may steal the icon from boxcryptor.exe and everything will look like before.
Robert: I need your help! I have only a WinXP in German language, so I do not exactly know the proper denominations of the preference items in English. Would you please so kind to correct this and/or clarify my advice.
- Bernd -