UAC elevation prompt for WD Drive Unlock.exe to unlock external HD

Can we get a way so that the unlocker can be ran by any user that does not have any admin priviledges, I need to use the driver in places where I am not the admin but I can’t even unlock my hard drive, so then it becomes useless. 

Here is an explanation of how this all happens:

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
Western Digital WD My Passport 2 TB external hard drive

Western Digital’s security software allows a password to be set on the external drive, encrypting it. When the drive is connected to a PC, a virtual CD (VCD) partition runs (via autorun) an unlocker utility WD Drive Unlock.exe, that allows password entry.

When I connect the locked drive to a Windows 7 PC (that does not have any WD software installed), the autoun popup appears and I select “Run WD Drive Unlock.exe”. At that point, User Account Control (UAC) elevation prompt appears, requiring Administrator password in order to continue.
WD Drive Unlock then lets me enter password.

Because of UAC elevation, the unlocker can be used only by an Administrator user or by a standard user account who knows the Administrator password.