Ok there may be an official way of getting PIP to work without admin, but sometimes RPA developers do like to live on the edge, so for what its worth I am gonna share a workaround.
To your question. There is a workaround, but I would ask you to confirm with the client the details of your rights and access. If you are a normal user in windows and also have an admin account (help) through the admin account credentials you can get admin rights for a given log in session.
You can use shortcut
In the text input use the command window type
netplwiz and enter
Your admin / or if you have an admin account already needs to access the GUI once and there you can add your normal user as admin user for the session. This allows your normal user to open PIP in UiPath without a popup for admin password. We use this to allow easier debugging when we are developing on UiPath Studio.
netplwiz command does not have a good reputation in the microsoft forum so thats another thing to be aware of, it works sometimes without registry edits but you can try it anyways.
netplwiz command do?
It can give a normal user admin rights for the opened session (until a restart is performed)
What does it allow?
Can convert a normal user session to admin user for the given PC
This workaround may or may not help, but its here for those who want such a solution