It's not the sidebar icon and whatever it is it requires elevated
permissions to run (just by looking at the shield on the icon)
Have you tried looking at the notification area properties right click on
taskbar and select Properties. In the taskbar and start menu properties
window, click the notification area tab, then click the Customise button.
Look down the list of current and past icons to see if the applications name
is registered here.)
John Barnett MVP
Windows Desktop Experience
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"L. Sharp" <officialmvp@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Can't click on it.. can not hover for extra info.. someone suggested that
> it may be sidebar icon.. if so, why two?
> "L. Sharp" <officialmvp@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> What is this? I normally have one, now I have two. When you hover the
>> mouse over it, it shows nothing.
>> Here is a picture of it: http://usapetsitters.com/images/iconbar.jpg
>> It's the two icons to the left.. kinda looks like a check mark in front
>> of someone.
>> If you know what it is, why is there TWO?