Microsoft Outlook 2010 and anything to do with
it is Sandboxed! ???
It's in my safe files, but deletes itself from my own
Odd why is it accessing q drive? Not sure it's a new computer
with Windows 7 Pro x64.
I added it as a running process and it works until I reboot
and it gets sandboxed again over and over. Or if I go to View defence + events
and from there find Q:\140062.ENU\Office 14\outlook.exe and add it again to safe files works
but is a pain to do it each time I boot-up.
Also, I tried to add it to my Trusted Software Vendors, but it say’s
The file does not seem to be a valid signed executable.
So I can’t put it in there either.
There must be a fix?
Please somebody help!
Thanks for your time.
I guess I should have said phantom drive rather than virtual drive. although MS support says:
"Niyamath Khan Microsoft Support
This means you installed Office 2010 using Click-to-Run. Click-to-Run is based on Application Virtualization technology. The Q:\ drive is the virtual file system drive where virtualized apps “live” in the file system namespace. The Q:\ drive is not a real drive; it has no space and is not accessible from Windows Explorer or “My Computer”.
Any access to the Q: drive, including hiding or deleting it, has been removed.
If outlook is Sandboxed, or anything to do with
Microsoft Office Home and Business. I found by unchecking
The sandbox option> Automatically run unrecognized programs inside the Sandbox.
All my Problems have stopped. Just have to put the check mark back in the sandbox, after using anything to do with Microsoft Office Home and Business and all works great!
That’s my work around and no need to reboot your computer on Windows 7 Pro x64. If you uncheck that option. Also I have saved it as a safe file from an exe and a running process.
It seems the problem has stopped. I can even have Auto sandboxed checked on and no more sandboxing! :) Not sure how this happened? Did your team deem it as a safe file? Anyway just wanted to tell you everything works without a work around.
Bad news! It’s back again everything from Microsoft Office Home and Business is Sandboxed. I did change antivirus programs. From AntiVir to Comodo and had to uninstall Comodo firewall. Bad move! :o
So on reboot everything was back to being sandboxed. Now I have to uncheck the sandbox option (Automatically run unrecognized programs inside the Sandbox) and everything runs ok. Too bad it was great until I uninstalled it! Why won’t your team allow it? It is Microsoft after all! >:-D