I just found a better way that should work and do exactly what you want:
If you currently have RMClock configured to start automatically in the account that you intend to limit (but have temporarily upgraded to administrator), make sure that you log in, disable RMClock's automatic startup feature, and exit RMClock, BEFORE downgrading the account to limited (standard) user privileges.
- If the account you want to use as the limited account is not yet limited, go to the "Users" applet in the Control Panel and downgrade the account. If you did that while logged into the account, log off.
- Log onto the limited account and navigate Explorer to "C:\Program Files\RMClock" (or wherever you installed RMClock to).
- Right click RMClock.exe and click "Send to\Desktop (create shortcut)"
- Go to the desktop and right-click the new shortcut and click "Properties"
- Change the target to:
There must be no space between "/user:" and the following quotation mark. Replace "your administrative login name" to the name of your administrative account. Keep the last part of the target (in quotation marks) the same as the original target. I used "C:\Program Files\RMClock\RMClock.exe" just as an example.
"C:\Windows\system32\RunAs.exe" /savecred /user:"your administrative login name" "C:\Program Files\RMClock\RMClock.exe"
- Change the "Run" field to "Minimized" and click [OK].
- Double-click on the shortcut.
- A command-prompt window should appear minimized in the Taskbar. Click on it to bring it onto the screen. It should be asking for the password for the administrative account whose name you specified earlier in the shortcut.
- Carefully enter the password and hit [Enter]. You won't see any indication that it's receiving your password, but it is.
- RMClock should happily launch. Exit it.
- Double-click on your shortcut again. RMClock should appear in the system tray without any prompts. It is now running on the limited account using your account's administrative privileges.
- Right-drag the shortcut to "Start\All Programs\Startup\". Release the mouse inside of Startup. Click "Move Here." If all went successfully, you're done!
- Log off and back on (or reboot) and see it work!
On step 8 or 9, if you get an error that says something like "The specified service/file/pipe could not be accessed," open the Service Control Manager (press [Win]+[R], type "services.msc" and press [Enter]) and scroll down to the "Secondary Logon" service. Make sure that its start type is set to "Automatic" and that the service is started. Then try again from step 7.
That should do it!