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SBIE1307 Program cannot access the Internet due to restrictions - %2
SBIE1308 Program cannot start due to restrictions - %2
SBIE1311 Blocked request to change desktop wallpaper by process '%2'
SBIE1312 Blocked request to start a 16-bit DOS program in the sandbox
SBIE1313 Blocked direct disk access by process '%2'
SBIE1314 Blocked request to alter network/firewall settings by process '%2'
SBIE1315 Possibly due to conflict with software: %2
SBIE2220 To permit use of Administrator privileges, please double-click on this message line
SBIE2221 To add the program to Internet Access Restrictions, please double-click on this message line
SBIE2222 To add the program to Start/Run Access Restrictions, please double-click on this message line
SBIE2223 To increase the file size limit for copying files, please double-click on this message line
Note: The program will continue to execute under the supervision
of Sandboxie, even after Administrator privileges have been granted.
To skip this sandbox selection window, you can hold the Ctrl
key down when you click the Run Sandboxed command.
Option is disabled because the Drop Rights setting is enabled for this sandbox
Option is disabled because this program is already running with Administrator privileges
Reveal Hidden Sandbox
Set Layout and Groups
Experimental Protection (64-bit)
Getting Started &Tutorial
Create Desktop Shortcut
The Experimental Protection mode enhances the protection
offered by 64-bit Sandboxie, and brings it to the same
level as the protection offered by 32-bit Sandboxie.
IMPORTANT: Experimental Protection uses undocumented
features of the Windows kernel. Future updates to
Windows might interfere with the Experimental Protection
mode, and might cause system instability.
USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
To activate the Experimental Protection mode, you must
restart your computer now.
To disable the Experimental Protection mode, you must
restart your computer now.
Please note that the Drop Rights setting will be enabled
in all sandboxes.
downloading new version
Copy settings from existing sandbox:
Error: Duplicate sandbox name entered. The name is already used by a hidden sandbox. Use the "Reveal Hidden Sandbox" command from the Sandbox menu.
Open %2 in sandbox %3
Right-click the list of folders for more options
Replace all files without additional prompts
&Recover && Explore
&Recover && Run
&Open folder in Windows Explorer outside the sandbox
Remove this folder from the list
Remove all folders from the list
The following files were recently recovered and moved out of sandboxes.
(All programs except %2)
Reverse the meaning of the current selection
Click to change border color
Display the border only when the mouse cursor is in the window title
The File Migration setting limits the maximum size of a file that can be copied into the sandbox.
The setting is currently set to %3 kilobytes in sandbox '%2'.
Click OK to adjust this size limit to %4 kilobytes.
You can also change this limit by opening the Sandbox Settings window, and expanding the File Migration settings page.
Internet Access Restrictions are enabled in sandbox '%2', and prevent this program from accessing the Internet.
Click OK to add program '%3' to Internet Access Restrictions in sandbox '%2'.
To manage Internet Access Restrictions, open the Sandbox Settings window, and expand the Restrictions settings group.
Start/Run Access Restrictions are enabled in sandbox '%2', and prevent this program from starting and running.
Click OK to add program '%3' to Start/Run Access Restrictions in sandbox '%2'.
To manage Start/Run Access Restrictions, open the Sandbox Settings window, and expand the Restrictions settings group.
Permit programs to alter network and firewall parameters
To activate enhanced protection on 64-bit Windows, please use the Experimental Protection command from the Configure menu.
The Drop Rights setting is enabled in sandbox '%2', and prevents use of Administrator privileges.
Click OK to disable the Drop Rights setting in sandbox '%2', and permit use of Administrator privileges in the sandbox.
You can always change the Drop Rights setting by opening the Sandbox Settings window, and expanding the Restrictions settings group.
Resource Access::File Access::Write-Only Access
Write-Only File Access (WriteFilePath)
The following folders will appear empty to programs running in this sandbox, but the programs may create new files within these folders in the sandbox.
Resource Access::Registry Access::Write-Only Access
Write-Only Registry Access (WriteKeyPath)
The following registry keys will appear empty to programs running in this sandbox, but the programs may write new data within these registry keys in the sandbox.
Permit programs to update jump lists in the Windows 7 taskbar
Remove &Old Settings
The following compatibility settings are no longer in use:
Click OK to discard these compatibility settings.
Sandboxie has detected the following conflicting software
applications in your system. These applications might
interfere with the correct operation of Sandboxie.
Please review the Known Conflicts page on the Sandboxie
web site for more information and solutions.
Would you like to open the Known Conflicts web page now?
Allow direct access to %2 sync data
Allow direct access to %2 preferences
Allow direct access to %2 session management
Add user accounts and user groups to the list below to limit use of the sandbox to only those accounts. If the list is empty, the sandbox can be used by all user accounts.
Note: Forced Programs and Force Folders settings for a sandbox do not apply to user accounts which cannot use the sandbox.
Your user account has now been restricted from using this sandbox, and
the sandbox will be removed from display in the main window.
To make the sandbox visible and usable, use the "Reveal Hidden Sandbox"
command from the Sandbox menu.
Your user account is excluded from using any of the sandboxes listed below.
The following user accounts are permitted to use the selected sandbox at this time.
Click the OK button to add your user account '%2' to the sandbox and have the sandbox appear in the main window.
Arrange sandboxes into groups and customize the order in which they are listed. Use the right-click context menu to manage entries in the layout tree below.
&Restore Default Layout
Getting Started Tutorial - Sandboxie
Getting Started with Sandboxie
Welcome to Sandboxie!
Sandboxie runs your programs in an isolated space which prevents them from making permanent changes to other programs and data in your computer.
This tutorial briefly explains the basic principles of using Sandboxie.
Note: This tutorial is designed for use with the default sandbox, DefaultBox.
How Sandboxie Works (Illustration)
Start your Internet Web browser under Sandboxie
Please find the shortcut on your desktop and double-click it to run your web browser in the default sandbox, DefaultBox.
Click here to hide this window and show the desktop
Your browser is now running inside the sandbox
Programs in the sandbox can modify only the contents of the sandbox.
When you save or download files, they go into the sandbox. If you save a file to your Desktop, Documents or Downloads folders, Sandboxie offers to move the file out of the sandbox.
Try it now: Download a file in your browser to your desktop folder (in the sandbox), and recover the file to your real desktop.
Delete the contents of your sandbox
You can think of the sandbox as a piece of transparent paper placed between the program and your computer. Deleting the contents of the sandbox is like discarding a used piece of paper and replacing it with a clean one.
Try it now: Delete the contents of your DefaultBox sandbox. Please find the yellow Sandboxie icon in the highlighted corner of your screen, and click:
Right-click on the yellow Sandboxie icon,
then select DefaultBox, and invoke Delete Contents.
Ready to go!
Thank you for taking the time to go through this tutorial. You can visit the Sandboxie web site for more tutorials and tips.
The default settings in Sandboxie provide full protection, but you may wish to review the sandbox configuration commands in the Sandbox menu in the Sandboxie Control program window.
On a 64-bit Windows system, you should enable Experimental Protection. See the Configure menu in Sandboxie Control.
Your Product Key does not have an expiration date.
Current date (%2) is later than date sent from the License Server (%3).
If this step fails and your computer locks up or restarts, please restart your computer in Safe Mode, then run this installation program to remove Sandboxie.
The following programs must be closed before the installation can continue.
Click OK to close these programs and continue. Click Cancel to abort the installation.