Thank you for your message.
Even though the Host grants you total 24/7 control over the remote computer, you can easily configure it to include the "remote user factor" without disabling auto start-up.
For example, you can enable "Ask user permission
" feature in the Host settings (Settings for Host -> Security -> Confirmation tab). With this option on, each time you connect to the remote user's PC, they will see a message asking them whether they accept or reject an incoming remote connection. There's a timeout setting with auto-accept and auto-reject options too. Finally, you can opt to only ask for user permission when a user (a Windows user, that is) is logged on.
During the remote session, if the Full Control or View mode is used, the Host icon in the system tray turns red. This is a clear indication that someone is being connected to the remote PC via Remote Utilities. In addition, you can enable a "notification panel
" in the Settings for Host -> Options -> General -> Show notification panel) that will appear each time you connected to a remote PC and allow the remote user to kick you out by clicking on the X button near the corresponding incoming connection (a Host can accept multiple incoming connections, btw).
Hope that helps. Don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions.