sbie errors 2203 & 2205 on win8.1 &ie11

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  1. topo

    topo Registered Member

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    i'm setting up new dell for a friend. i've used sandboxie for years on my xp's and win7 machines but i'm not familier with win8.1. sandboxie pops up stating 2203 failed to communicate with sandboxie service guiproxy.0000002-mcinst.exe 2205 service not implemented win32lnit.2 2205 service not implemented gdlnit(0000017) i installed free beta 4.17.2 i'm sure this is a win8.1 thing. thanks for your help
     
  2. bo elam

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    Topo, is this Dell a PC or a tablet?

    You ll get rid of SBIE 2203 by disabling McAfee SiteAdvisor (not compatible with SBIE).

    Bo
     
  3. topo

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    yes, desktop with mcafee trial my friend has norton so i will be uninstalling mcafee and installing norton. any ideas on the 2205 errors
     
  4. bo elam

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    About Norton, its likely the toolbar wont work with SBIE. Test it but if it creates issues with SBIE, you should disable it. Thats the workaround for that. The Norton AV itself should work fine with SBIE. The Sandboxie 2205 message is one that sometimes can be hidden and the sandboxed program still works fine. If that's the case in your friends computer, you can hide the message and ignore it.

    Bo
     
  5. topo

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    bo, i uninstalled mcafee(control panel-then used mcafee removal tool). i installed norton ns2015 with toolbar and so far no problems-have not had any error messages from sandboxie. i turned the machine over to owner on monday and hopefully it will continue to run smoothly. thanks for your help
     
  6. bo elam

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    You are welcome, Topo. Glad to know all is well.

    Bo
     
  7. Brummelchen

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    Not only SB - stupid Norton Toolbar has evidence with almost all programs which it is inserted.
    best solution is not to install this crap (like any tollbar or extension for some browser)

    cheers
     
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