Is it possible to create containers for programs in which they will be spinning not virtualization?

Many programs will not allow you to launch your copy if they are already running.
An example that was immediately clear: I have a working Yandex.the drive it is running on the PC as the main, often I have to refer to your personal and have to do it through the Web version. Sometimes you need to temporarily use someone else's Yandex.disc. The inconvenience caused by the fact that Yandex.the disk does not allow to launch another copy of itself.

Is there any technology that allows you to quickly launch copies of the software in any container? It is important that these containers remain within the same filesystem to avoid problems dragging files in this container.

Or I too many want?

Virtualization is not suitable, because they want to, just the same, to simplify your life, and with it the load on the PC increases strongly, and the files are not comfortable to throw. In the end, it's easier through the web to Yandex disk to go.

In General, it is not only Yandex disk. Often, I need to run a copy of the program, and to make it impossible.
March 19th 20 at 08:22
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March 19th 20 at 08:24
Solution
There are domestic sandbox for example Sandboxie. Virtuosity calls IPC treatment to the branches of the registry and the file system (here under virtualization, you should understand just redirect calls to the appropriate resources on some of their substitutes, which are not where the program thinks). Generally used to run non-trusted applications, but maybe for your case too, try it.

Well, and soon Win10 will have its own built-in sandbox, so you can be there to twist.

Oh, and exactly with regards to Yandex-Disk. As I recall, Ya Drive using WebDAV. Windows can mount the Web DAV resources as network drives. So what different Ya Rims to mount different network drives and use both.
Thank you so much said about Web-DAV ETOGES can be any convenient customer use - tracy.Huel commented on March 19th 20 at 08:27
March 19th 20 at 08:26
To run as a different user, or just re-login into the OS as another user.
March 19th 20 at 08:28

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