There are a few ways to provide specific users with admin rights over specific folders without providing them full admin rights over the computer.
One option is to use Group Policy Objects (GPOs) to set permissions on specific folders. This can be done by creating a new GPO and linking it to the appropriate Organizational Unit (OU) that contains the users who need access to the specific folder. Then, you can use the GPO to set permissions for the folder, such as giving the users full control over the folder.
Another option is to use the Security tab in the folder's Properties to set permissions for specific users or groups. You can add the user or group to the folder's permissions list and give them full control over the folder.
You can also use the command line tool icacls to grant permissions to specific users or groups on a folder.
It's important to keep in mind that this will grant the user full control over the folder, including the ability to delete or modify the files in the folder. And also, you should test it in a sandbox environment before implementing it in the production environment.
It could also be a good idea to consult with your security team to make sure that this solution is compliant with your organization's security policies before proceeding.