It appears that iFolder 3.2.x does not permit the creation of an iFolder in C:\Program Files\* on the Windows platform.

Is there a reason for this restriction? Is there a way to override this restriction?

I know it could raise locked file/corrupt DLL etc.. issues to sync actively used executables, but many utilities default to this share and do not redirect data work dirs to My Documents yet. It would be a huge help if there were a way around this.

Any ideas?