No. Due to security reasons, we offer a high trust level in our Windows Shared hosting. Below is the difference between full trust and high trust level.
Full Trust: Allows an application to have full control over the system, like an administrator. There are no restrictions, which means it can cause significant damage if it's harmful.
High Trust: Gives an application special privileges, but with some restrictions. It can do specific tasks, but it doesn't have complete access, making it safer than Full Trust.
For more information on web hosting plans, please refer to our Windows 2016 shared hosting plans page.