I have a sandbox that I use for software testing. One of the restrictions I've specified is that "No program can access the Internet", and I've checked the checkbox on that page in order to be notified. However, I've noticed that no matter which program I run in the sandbox, I always see the message "SBIE 1307 Program cannot access the internet due to restrictions - [program name]" as soon as the program loads, even if the program did not make any attempts to access the internet. I realize that I could just uncheck the checkbox or hide the message and not be notified in the future, but I don't understand the purpose of the message. I am already quite aware that I have restricted internet access in that sandbox. What I'd rather see, instead of a generic message reminding me of my settings, is a popup message that notifies me whenever any program attempts to access the internet (or attempts to violate any of the other restrictions, for that matter). Does that make sense, or do I misunderstand the purpose of the message?