| Internet access per process | Large deployment config man

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Watcher60

| Internet access per process | Large deployment config man

Post by Watcher60 » Sun Apr 03, 2011 8:22 am

Hi I've been looking at sandboxie for a possible corporate wide deployment - approx 500 desktops initially, going up to 2000 or so. I don't believe the following features exist (but maybe wrong).

1) Is there a way to push a sandboxie policy out to a large number of desktops that are in windows domains?

2) Block internet access except a specified process ?
For example, I run a sandbox for my email client which I have to allow internet access out of to be able to receive email etc. I receive a PDF with malware in an email. When I launch the PDF by double clicking the extension I believe this would launch in the same sandbox as my email client. While sandboxie hopefully would stop the malware being able to install anything long term (i.e remain after reboot if I set the sandbox to delete after the last application is closed), the malware would still be able to run and attempt to download further code etc. Ideally I'd like to be able to configure sandboxie to sandbox process "outlook.exe" in my configured "email" sandbox and only allow internet access to "outlook.exe"

Mike
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Post by Mike » Sun Apr 03, 2011 9:58 am

Watcher60 wrote:2) Block internet access except a specified process ?
Actually, Sandboxie makes it easy to do exactly that using Internet Access restrictions.

D1G1T@L

Re: | Internet access per process | Large deployment config

Post by D1G1T@L » Sun Apr 03, 2011 11:03 am

Watcher60 wrote:Hi I've been looking at sandboxie for a possible corporate wide deployment - approx 500 desktops initially, going up to 2000 or so. I don't believe the following features exist (but maybe wrong).

1) Is there a way to push a sandboxie policy out to a large number of desktops that are in windows domains?
In anwser to #1 please read the following page and you will find anwsers to all of your inquiries. http://www.sandboxie.com/index.php?Corp ... stallation

For #2 do as Mike says to configure connection settings.

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