I’m trying to execute Blender without getting any warning, but I’m unable to.
The annoyance: https://i.imgur.com/10Y2cE9.png
Blender is not digitally signed, but I marked it’s executables as “Trusted”. Here are the sandbox settings I
You can see that I change to “Any” because it’s more secure that way. I think this rule works as it should, because
not only it’s intended for “unrecognized applications”, Blender is not sandboxed by default.
Here you can see I added “Ignore” rules for Blender. More of that on the following images.
First rule for “Blender.exe”
Second rule for “Blender.exe” (part 2)
Now comes the fun part. This is the executable that bugs me everytime I open Blender. CIS says this “app” could not
be recognized and is asking for unlimited resources. Even though I set it as “Trusted” and created a rule so it
would be ignored by the sandbox, it still comes up and asks me if I want to sandbox, run unlimited, or block it.
The rule: https://i.imgur.com/cQBu5Bh.png
The rule (part 2): https://i.imgur.com/sHQkgX3.png
Blender executables marked as trusted: https://i.imgur.com/sqaWoPY.png
Sandbox General settings: https://i.imgur.com/nVR4cJ2.png