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Hi there folks,
I love the sandboxie application and I am running it on Windows 10 64 bit, with windows 1903 latest update.
I have started getting this error message when I run Chrome sandboxed, the Chrome browser opens but a dialog with this error message appears as well.
SBIE2101 Object name not found: , error ConnectPort (C0000022) access=001F0000 initialized=1SBIE2101 Object name not found: , error ConnectPort (C0000022) access=001F0000 initialized=1SBIE2101 Object name not found: , error ConnectPort (C0000022) access=001F0000 initialized=1
I have used Revo Uninstaller to uninstall Sandboxie and Revo has also removed all the related files and registry entries a thorough clean in other words.
I have then reinstalled Sandboxie and it runs ok for a while but the error message has come back.
Anyone have an idea as to what might resolve this, or if not, is it ok to just hide the error message and assume I am safely sandboxed?
Dragging the Finder tool into Chrome does indicate that I am still sandboxed/
Any help gratefully appreciated.
Please, follow the guidelines to provide the required info so that we can better assist you:How to report problems with Sandboxie
Adding to those, please post a copy of your configuration fileSbie control --> Configure --> Edit configuration
Is functionality affected in any way? (Can you click on "Hide" the message if not, and see if that helps?)
In reply to Barb@Sophos:
Thanks for trying to help me in this,
Here is the file, other than seeing that message Sandboxie does seem to be running ok, as the finder tool does say I am sandboxed in Chrome.
In reply to donegal joe:
A few suggestions:
1 - Try removing Avast from the equation (disable it or uninstall it for testing purposes) , reboot, delete the contents of your Sandbox and re-test. This will help us rule out a compatibility issue. [If removing Avast does the trick, use this page for ideas regarding what to exclude on your AV]
2 - Ensure Chrome is updated outside Sandboxie - Then again, delete the contents and re-test
3 - Are there any extensions or toolbars involved?
4 - Do other browsers present the same behavior?
5 - Does the issue follow you to a new Sandbox with default settings?
6 - Try hiding the message and test functionality.