When I run arbtt-setup-0.9.1.exe I get a prompt asking me for an Administrator password, which I do not have, and will not have. This often happens in large organizations (where I currently work), and is getting more and more common.
It would be nice to have some kind of portable arbtt distribution, which can be simply unzipped and run in-place. (This is how I use several other tools.) I tried using 7-zip to peek at the contents of the installer, unfortunately it fails to open this particular executable file.
Does arbtt require Administrator rights only for installation (e.g. to set up the daemon), or does it also require them to be able to capture running program data (e.g. windows titles)? Ideally, I would just need to double-click the daemon executable to start logging. I don't mind doing that every time I start the computer.