I have music software that I do not trust to leave my music files alone. I want to provide it with a read-only directory to read from. The directory exists on a secondary drive that's attached via SATA.
With ultimate you can deny permissions to write to that folder. Right click->Security->Deny Modify permissions to the user you will be opening the program from. If it is grayed out, you may have to uncheck inherit from parent. This will disallow changes to those files until undone.
If your user does not exist, you can add and type your logon user name.
All have to be done from an administrator account.
This does not apply to a single program restriction only.
If you wanted to do it ONLY for this program it is a bit more complicated.
An alternative(and Probably better) way is to create a Symbolic Link ||Edit >>> What your Looking for is actually called a Directory Junction In windows and is /j in the above instead of the one listed <<< Edit|| to that folder and assign the restrictions in the first part. This would allow you to reference that folder for that program and all other programs use the other folder.