Selectively disabling UAC for specific programs on Windows 7
I use a (desktop) search engine called Everything, which needs to be started at Windows startup, since it has to build an index of all files or something. It then sits in a system tray icon, ready to be used.
Now, this program needs admin rights, and it gets annoying to have to type my password at a UAC prompt each time I log in. I heard that you can allow an application to run with admin rights while not prompting for a password with the Task Scheduler, so I tried it. The trick does work, but it's not useful: the system tray icon for Everything doesn't appear, and starting the program from the Start menu opens a new instance of the process instead of just a search window from the active process.
So my question is: is there a way to make Everything start automatically after login, without a UAC prompt?