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1. Program files is hard excluded to stop Windows getting messed up - Microsoft have prohibited applications from storing data in the program files tree for many years - I'm surprised something as common as Notes still does so. It's meant to store data in the user profile, or applicationdata folders.
I would speak to your account manager re getting a feature request raised if this is important.
2. No, you can't add more - these are the ones again described by Microsoft. If you want to encrypt something on the C: drive, just use "c:\... " etc (why would you want to use a UNC for a local path?)
If you must use a UNC, then it needs to be a real UNC, not one with an environment variable in (they are only handled by explorer and a command window, and are not necessarily set in accounts other than the current logged in user).