What happens to "contained" files after uninstall of CIS

I uninstalled CIS, discovered it had been sandboxing (through automatic containment" a bunch of files and apps and that the VTRoot folder is still there and full of stuff even after I uninstalled CIS.

So what does it mean to those programs? That they won’t run anymore? Can I delete VTRoot? CIS put it on the wrong harddive (now now my small SSD is full) and I never asked/notified me that it was containing apps.

On the other hand Chrome stopped crashing since I uninstalled CIS and I was able to install Harrison Mixbus whereas it wouldn’t install before (it appeared to install but was nowhere to be found)

Hello NotAHappyUser,

Welcome to Forum.

Sorry for the trouble caused.

Would you be kind enough please to submit a bug report with the help of this guide. It will help us to find what caused Google chrome crash.

Thanks in advance.

Kind Regards,

Hi, NotAHappyUser.

We have checked the issue on our environment and it wasn’t reproduced on our side (Windows 7x64 and Windows 10x64). Folder VTRoot was deleted after CIS deleting and rebooting PC. Could you please specify CIS version which you used. Regarding deleting VTRoot folder it will be better do delete it manually if it wasn’t deleted after reboot.
Regarding Chrome issue to define root cause of the issue CIS should be installed on your PC to check.
Regarding Harrison Mixbus, could you please provide installation package to check the issue on our side.

Also, please provide us cmdinstall.exe_XX-XX-XX files from %temp% folder and msinfo32.nfo.

Steps to collect CIS installation/unistallation logs:

  1. Go to Temp folder in Windows by going to Windows Run (Windows Key + R key in keyboard).
  2. Type in ‘%temp%’ (without quotes) and press Enter key.
  3. Find log file with naming convention as ‘cmdinstaller.exe_X_X.log.7z’ file.

Steps to collect msinfo32.nfo:

  1. Go to Windows Run (Windows Key + R key in keyboard).
  2. Type in msinfo32.exe and press Enter key, it will launch System Information window application.
  3. Click ‘Save’ item in ‘File’ menu and save as .nfo file.

Kind Regards,

Won’t work properly if kept. You should delete it.

Thanks, I made a copy of it somewhere else and deleted it and everything seems ok so far.