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Windows 8.1 has a feature which lets you create a user account that is used by a specific app, but Windows 7 does not have a convenient way of doing this for individual apps. You can create separate accounts with different filesystem and Registry permissions, then launch the app under the appropriate account by using the runas feature. Another alternative ...
As this is a corporate pc, the only way for you to turn it off is to change it in the group policies. As you can't do that, it is not possible as far as I know. There is a reason that elevated privileges are required to modify shared resources, for example the C drive. And it might bother you to have to confirm the changes every time, but it is going to ...
What Windows version you have? In Windows 7, you can do it with User Account Control Settings: Go to Start Button, Control Panel (icon view), Action Center, then click Change User Account Control settings on the left side. You have more information here: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/what-are-user-account-control-settings#1TC=windows-7
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