say cleaning or deleting, or perhaps doing a lot of new installs. Making changes say by running Msconfig and changing start-up items should throw up an "allow" question.
Also considering how you're answering the question and whether you tick "remember this decision" so it won't bother you again over the same action.
Possibly you've sent the list to archive leaving a blank report list wherein you've made no changes to system settings since.
Of course, if you have Tea Timer disabled it would generate none. Maybe you have TT's icon registered in your task bar settings as
"always show" instead of " Hide when inactive" so you thing its live even tho actually disabled.
One other possible?: Do you have CCleaner or similar and is Spybot listed under applications to be cleaned with each run?
Generally I figure "no reports" suggests a very clean and STABLE system with few if any changes occurring.
I think that's a good thing!
If you click on the tea time icon in the system tray(bottom right)>settings
There are four buttons
Allowed registry changes
Blocked registry changes
No matter which one I click on they are always empty
Point being,should'nt there be some activity