Bit of an unusual question and one which I think I know the answer to already but thought I would throw it out here to see if anyone else has any ideas.
We operate and install security products for home users, and one concern is that third parties (see - children) could revert to a System Restore point and remove our software. Are there any ways that you know of to add exceptions to what Windows will restore? Alternatively could there be a way to leave a file which Windows will not overwrite which we could in turn use to launch a reinstall after the restore is completed?
Utterly weird I know - I'll be shocked if the answer is "yes" but figured it was worth a shot :)