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OA disabled Sandboxie

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Help needed !

Same problem with sandboxie. OA has disabled it. Now, when I rightclick on a program, there is no option to run it in sandboxie. If I click on "launch browser in sendboxie", computer freezes, and it can be rebooted by only turning the power off.  OA and emsisoft anti-malware are in the compatibility list of SB.

 

Thank you.

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In OA program list I see only Sandboxieinstall.exe, Sandboxieinstall32.exe, SandboxieInstall-32-bit-245966.exe. Is this the problem ? Should I add all *.exe files from sandboxie directory ?  

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Open OA and on the left hand side select 'options'.

 

When options opens select the exclusions tab along the top of the page.

 

Then click the add button at the bottom of the page and browse to where you Sandboxie program folder is  (usually in C\Program files)

 

Highlight the Sandboxie program folder and click ok.

 

Sandboxie should now appear in the OA exclusions list.

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I have already done that.  The exclusion folder is C:\Program files\Sandboxie\  Still does not work. When I try to launch a program sandboxed from sandboxie menu, I get the following error : SBIE2205 Service not implemented.

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Are you saying that for instance you right-click on your 'recycle bin' on the desktop or the 'my computer' icon you do not see a 'run sandboxed' option?

 

If so then I doubt OA could have removed that context menu.

 

What order did you install EAM, OA and Sandboxie?

 

Has Sandboxie always worked for you ?

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I uninstalled and then installed SB once again. Now I can launch programs sandboxed. But the problem just does not go away. Internet Explorer  when launched in SB frequently freezes my computer, which can be rebooted only by the power switch. OA and SB are simply not compatible. 

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Should I also exclude c:\program files and c:\windows ?

If you do, then Online Armor will no longer monitor any programs that are running out of those folders.

Have you checked through the Programs list in Online Armor to see if any of Internet Explorer's files are not set as Allowed and Trusted?

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