There's a process (webshots) that insists on adding a startup entry in the registry every time I use it. I'd rather not have it running in the background, nor adding the entry every time I remove it. Teatime doesn't see it AT ALL, so someone pointed me to this thread. However, I see that the example is for running a file. I run Webshots once every day or two, so I don't want the application blocked; only the registry change.

1) Can the SBI file force Teatimer to see the process?
2) How would I add the registry change to the blacklist using an SBI file?

Thanks for your help.