After a little rooting around I have finally gotten Eye-Fi Helper to run so that files will download even with a limited account is logged in. In a nutshell, I have setup the Eye-Fi Helper to run as a windows service. Oddly, it is running as a Limited account.
I performed the setup as follows:
Download and install the Windows Resource Kit Tools. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/deta ... 8c4790cffd
Following these directions I created a "User-Defined Service" http://support.microsoft.com/kb/137890
Ran the following command from a cmd prompt.
"C:\Program Files\Windows Resource Kits\Tools\INSTSRV.EXE" EyeFiHelper "C:\Program Files\Windows Resource Kits\Tools\SRVANY.EXE"
Launched regedit and found the entry for EyeFiHelper
From the Edit menu, added a key:
Key Name: Parameters
Select the Parameters key.
From the Edit menu, added a string:
Value Name: Application
String : "C:\Program Files\Eye-Fi\Helper\EyeFiHelper.exe"
Close Registry Editor.
The following instructions suggested that the service needed to run as a user to get network access. So, I updated the service to be run under a user id. http://www.iopus.com/guides/srvany.htm
Open Control Panel -> Administrator Tools -> Services
Located the EyeFiHelper service and opened the properties page.
Selected the Log On tab and set the "This Account"
Closed the properties page
Started the EyeFiHelper services.