Is there any way to disable this? I don't see a setting anywhere to do it. Perhaps there's a registry tweak or something? The only thing this feature ever does is break installs, as it sandboxes files as the program's trying to install itself. The only thing I can think to do is disable sandboxing before installing, then re-enable it again afterward. I've been thinking about disabling the sandbox in Comodo and buying Sandboxie. I have to ask though, am I going to run into the same problem if I do? Or can you disable this feature in Sandboxie, or at least have granular control that will allow you to add installers to exceptions? Such a feature is "supposed" to exist in Comodo "detect installers and run them outside the sandbox", but it still sandboxes them anyway. Or maybe that setting only applies to programs manually sandboxed? Another question about the Comodo sandbox, or an observation: The right-click/sandbox option is only there for me when I run in Safe Mode, which doesn't exactly do me much good. How can I get this to show up in my context menu?