GlassWire really works for me, just one user permissions issue:
I have two users on Win10 Home: 1) Administrator, 2) Normal (non-admin) user. I expect the following: when I log on with the normal user account, it is protected by GlassWire, but as soon as the user tries to unblock previously blocked applications on the GlassWire > Firewall tab, it asks for the Administrator user password.
On the GlassWire > Settings > General tab I have enabled the “Enable administrator’s account password request” function. But still, when I am logged on as a normal non-admin user onto Windows, I can unblock previously blocked applications in the GlassWire > Firewall tab. There are certain GlassWire settings that are protected by the admin setting, but I specifically looking at the Firewall tab where I can block or allow applications.
I would like it to work the same as Windows Defender; when I try to change settings, it asks for the Administrator user password.
How do I prevent non-privileged users from making changes to GlassWire, but still be protected by it?