In this question, I am trying to ask for something that from user experience sounds very simple "I would like want an software that blocks something for me as administrator on a computer" (as xy-problem) where the software is already supplied (being
switchhosts.exe) with a particular question on the implementation of the file removal prevention.
However, this seems to lead to the response an administrator can always do anything so what you ask is impossible. I am not able to clearly communicate that the user in the question is not equal to an actual administrator because the user in question has behavioral limitations, which result in a limitation of the practical power of the user, w.r.t. an actual administrator.
I expect this small gap in power w.r.t. an actual administrator can be used to encrypt a process such that the user can not stop the process nor delete it. And I assume the user can throw away the key to that encryption (once).
What could I adapt to remove ambiguities from the question and/or reduce the amount of discussion (regarding administrator can always do anything)?
It seems like it is a question about something that one should not want, because an administrator can always do anything so you're asking the impossible. Yet at the same time it can be quite practical real-life challenge that a user/admin might face in daily life.
Are there other perspectives on approaching this question from the fail-safe perspective (not improving yourself to fail less, but improving your system to mitigate failure consequences)?