I don't think so, I can terminate all except the whitelisting component with process explorer. Pretty sure it doesn't really need it though. You can password protect the UAC for free with a registry tweak and without admin access, you can't terminate any S.A.P. processes and you can't screw with the vast majority of important system stuff on windows either. I would also recommend turning off the "skip UAC" option in ccleaner to prevent anyone from screwing with that too.