Sophos cannot configure updating

Special flag added to Open Win Class to restore Buster Sandbox Analyzer (BSA) message logging.

/Ignore UIPI allows low integrity sandboxed processes to send WM_COPYDATA msgs to windows in higher integrity processes.

In these cases, you will get SBIE1319 even when printing normally (not to file). In this situation, you can safely ignore SBIE1319, hide the error message, or open the folder as described below.

There are 3 ways to allow the print spooler to print to file: 1) If you trust the process that is printing, you can double-click the SBIE1320 (that follows SBIE1319) to allow the print spooler to write files outside the sandbox for that particular process.

For a technical discussion, please see this forum post.

These are the changes to Sandboxie since version 3.76: Released on 17 June 2012.

The combined installer Sandboxie now checks for the VC Redistributables DLLs Sandboxie requires. If they are not already installed or are not up to date, the installer will download the VC Redist. Sandboxie Install32& Sandboxie Install64contain the DLLs Sandboxie requires. The MS Visual C redistributable libraries have been broken out into a separate download.

If they are not up to date (10.0.40219.325), the installer will download and install the VC Redist. If they are not installed or are not up to date, the installer copies the ones required into system32. These now download and install during the Sandboxie install.

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Fixed: certificate revocation information is sometimes unavailable.3) You can manually add the setting Allow Spooler Print To File=y to This is not recommended as it leaves your sandbox open to a print spooler exploit. It doesn't create the crash DMP until the user presses OK on the crash popup dialog box.The changes to Sandboxie since version 3.70 focus primarily on improving compatibility with Flash version 11.3.Upgrade Sandboxie to fix audio loss issues and crashes when viewing Flash content in a browser running under Sandboxie.

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