I'm the admin. When I log into my recently set up user session (there are two) the Win Security Center pops up a bar that says "Your current security settings put your computer at risk, click here..." bla bla bla. Why? On my unfettered desktop (admin), I selected "I'll choose my own firewall/antivirus" and I have Comodo and Avast! running. I thought the settings/options carried over onto the users as well, at least the IMPORTANT stuff, but evidently not! HELP!
This warning has nothing to do with the Windows Security Center warning settings. It's an Internet Explorer warning about an Internet Explorer setting. If you set IE's default security settings for the Internet or Restricted Zones too low, IE will warn you about it:
Reset your Zone security settings to recommended levels to stop getting the warning or turn off the check that causes the warning:
To disable Internet Explorer's Information Bar warnings, do this from your Administrator account:
From the Start Menu, select Run...
That should stop IE from pestering you about your security settings in all accounts