Yes, that path will match what's listed in Sandboxie's LastPass template.BUN B wrote:... official LastPass folder, from theri site it seems to be:
Does that fit into Sandboxie LastPass compatibility parameters?
It looks good. Some of the settings appear in the more recent, simplified form now, compared to what they were before.BUN B wrote:I've reinstalled everything from scratch and switched to Firefox 12
My sandboxie.ini is:
No, the * wild card can match 0 or more characters, which means that in this case it will match one, two, or more folders.BUN B wrote:Sandboxie's tempalte got only 1 wildcard between folder USERNAME and LASTPASS?
That one wild card doesn't include 2 folders indepth right?
Sorry but IE 9, protected mode in IE 8 and 9, are just things that I have read about, since I use XP.BUN B wrote:Regarding IE9, do you happen to now how to disable that funny Clear Type text that started showing when upgraded from IE8?
I only installed LastPass temporarily, since I don't use it with Firefox.BUN B wrote:I am having difficulties now with LastPass and Firefox, with configuration for LastPass to properly work.Are you maybe using LastPass and firefox? Or just LastPass?
Sorry, no nickname here.BUN B wrote:Wht's your nicnkame, I hate calling you Guest 10.
That's fine. Anywhere under the [DefaultBox] section.BUN B wrote:where and how should new lines look?
Yes, if they even know to look there. Or, you could use the Blocked Access setting in a sandbox if you don't want it to read files in a different sandbox. But you can't block the reading of files in all other sandboxes, with just one setting as far as I know. You would have to specify each of the other sandboxes in a Closed Path setting. And it's unlikely to be needed.BUN B wrote:Program in Sandbox No1 Can access the files inside a Sandbox No2? Or not?
Deleting contents of a sandbox without disturbing any other sandboxed program that is running.BUN B wrote:What are the bennefits of running different programs in different sandbox?
Currently, I'm down to 16.BUN B wrote:Guest 10, how many sandboxes have you got, and why have you set them up that way?
I really can't comment on using admin vs user log ins. I've always run as an administrator and never had to worry about elevating my privileges in order to install a program, for example, or make some changes.BUN B wrote:let me ask you, firefox doesn't have an issue when you run it in non admin mode, and make change, that it doesn't remember, and you have to run it in ADMIN mode for it to remember, (the procedure that's needed for IE)?
It's not guaranteed to be safe, but it's much better to get an extension there than elsewhere.BUN B wrote:Also, what's the risk of installing a plugin for firefox that's got unverified author but the plugin is on mozilla's page? Does being on mozilla page guarantees that they have verified the code that it's not malicious?
One place that continues to hold settings for many extensions is in the Firefox "prefs.js" file.BUN B wrote:Also, when I install plugin, and then remove it afterwords, is 100% what has been installed really removed?
Not with "prefs.js", I don't.BUN B wrote:so you don't bather to clean up 100% after, right?
From what you describe, that feature is not missing. Although you would need to create another sandbox to use as a base for creating new sandboxes.BUN B wrote:If I am not mistaken, upon creating new sandbox, it gets all the default values, so it's either editing sandbox.ini or that feature that is missing
how do you deal with that?
If you're going to use the Process Limit settings, then each sandbox should have it's own set of settings.peterw wrote:I have a question i have more than one sandbox so do i have to add
to each of them or just to the default box ?
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