Thanks for compiling. Lets review Help for Sandboxie as an example. 4.0 User Guide = 2.2. Moving a System-Space Folder to User-Space Windows and Program Files folders may not be moved to User-Space as they are core components of the trusted enclave. Where allowed, this is a two-step procedure involving both the User-Space and Guarded Apps tabs. The System-Space folder to be moved is added to the list in the User-Space tab, setting the Include flag to Yes in order to guard its executables. The folder is also added as an Exception Folder via the Guarded Apps tab, with the Type flag set to Read/Write in order to unprotect it and allow all guarded executables write access. An example is Sandboxie. The sandbox container folder is by default located in System-Space. For Sandboxie to work, guarded applications running sandboxed must be able to write to it. For optimum security, all executables launched from the sandbox container folder should also be guarded. To achieve both goals, the folder has to be moved from System-Space to User-Space. 4.1 User Guide = There is no conflict between Sandboxie and AppGuard 4.1. Depending on where Sandboxie is installed, you may need to fine-tune AppGuard's policy as follows. 1. If Sandboxie is using a folder C:\Sandbox, add this as an “Exception” folder on the Guarded Apps Tab: 2. Make sure to change the type to Read/Write: No mention of moving System-Space Folder to User-Space 4.2 User Guide = No reference to Sandboxie and yet online I find. There is no conflict between Sandboxie and AppGuard 4.2. Depending on where Sandboxie is installed, you may need to fine-tune AppGuard’s policy as follows. If Sandboxie is using a folder C:\Sandbox, add this as an “Exception” folder on the Guarded Apps Tab. Make sure to change the type to Read/Write No mention of moving System-Space Folder to User-Space ------------------------------------------ I started with C:\Sandbox Yes, asked questions and was told change to No. Then I asked questions and was told delete Sandbox User Space. Help is seldom written in stone. And BRN does not test in-house. AppGuard Help requires supplementation by in-the-know Wilders members. And sometimes agreement among Wilders members is not forth coming. And note User Guide 4.0 was SBIE v4 and now with SBIE v5 significant re-write. Are we again ....C:\Sandbox Yes to guard the executables launched from sandbox. My limited gray matter is thwarted by documentation. So, I'll experiment and ask / experiment and ask and am told ....read Help. Thanks again!..... Mister X. Give me a mo' to find my reading glasses.