Is this normal? Is Webroot installed correctly?
Best answer by Kit
SecureAnywhere will prompt for Administrative priviledges in the event that it is set to run as administrator (which it should never be set to, mind you). However numerous other things can cause the same symptoms. For example, if a "PC Tuning" utility or other item disables the service, the same thing will occur.
Since there are enough different things that can cause it, getting in contact with support and running the WSALogs utility will be your best bet. If you have contacted support but have not yet run WSALogs, you will want to download it here and enter the same email address you used to contact support when you run it. It will gather system information necessary to diagnose the cause.
(edit is to include the support link)