Some good news. I have had confirmation that Macro Scheduler will not have to run elevated at admin levels in order to set a journal hook and record macros. It will only have to be flagged as a “uiAccess” app which will allow it to record across other processes of the same security level. So a standard user will be allow to record standard processes, and an admin user will be able to record against standard and admin level processes.
That’s the theory. Unfortunately with the current Vista beta version it doesn’t actually work as described. But, hey, it’s still beta after all.