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Force Process


ForceProcess is a sandbox setting in Sandboxie Ini. It specifies names of programs. If any of these progams are started outside any sandbox, they will automatically sandboxed in a particular sandbox. For example:

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   [DefaultBox]
   ForceProcess=iexplore.exe
   ForceProcess=firefox.exe
   [MailBox]
   ForceProcess=outlook.exe

The example specifies that Internet Explorer (iexplore.exe) and Firefox (firefox.exe) will be forced to run sandboxed in the sandbox DefaultBox. Outlook.exe will be forced to run sandboxed in the sandbox MailBox.

Note that the ForceProcess settings only apply to programs that start unsandboxed. If a program is specifically started in a sandbox, or started by a program that is already sandboxed, then ForceProcess settings are not applied.

See also: ForceFolder. If both a ForceFolder and a ForceProcess are applicable to a program that is starting, the ForceFolder setting takes precedence.

Related Sandboxie Control setting: Sandbox Settings > Program Start > Forced Programs

See also: Program Settings.

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Sandboxie Ini
setting:


Global Settings:

ByteOrderMark

AlertProcess

ForceDisableSeconds
ForceDisableAdminOnly

EditAdminOnly
EditPassword
MonitorAdminOnly

ActivationPrompt


Sandbox Settings:

Enabled

FileRootPath
IpcRootPath
KeyRootPath

AutoDelete
NeverDelete
DeleteCommand

AutoRecover
AutoRecoverIgnore
RecoverFolder

AutoExec

BoxNameTitle
BorderColor
Description

CopyLimitKb
CopyLimitSilent

ForceFolder
ForceProcess
LingerProcess
LeaderProcess

NotifyInternetAccessDenied
NotifyStartRunAccessDenied

BlockDrivers
BlockFakeInput
BlockPassword
BlockSysParam
BlockWinHooks

BlockPort

DropAdminRights

OpenFilePath
OpenPipePath
ReadFilePath
WriteFilePath
ClosedFilePath

OpenKeyPath
ReadKeyPath
WriteKeyPath
ClosedKeyPath

OpenIpcPath
ClosedIpcPath

OpenWinClass
OpenClsid
OpenProtectedStorage
OpenCredentials

InjectDll
InjectDll64

ProcessLimit1
ProcessLimit2


See also:

Expandable Variables Shell Folders Program Name Prefix Deprecated Settings

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