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d_damjan. I followed your guide and successfully was able to run origin through sandboxie. Although:
1. When installing BF3 beta, sanboxie wouldn't let bf3 install due to a punkbuster install issue. I just let origin run without sanboxing and install bf3 and tried to sanbox after install.
2.When you click to play BF3 through origin and sandboxie, it loads up your internet browser for battleog which displays the server list; in my case with Mozilla 7. I think because Origin initiated this browser load sandboxie sandboxes this also, creating communications issues with the servers.
3. I am not too sure how to work sandboxie or tweak it in a way as to letting your web browser work uninhibited while containing origin simultaneously.
Do you have any ideas d_damjan? Thanks for this thread by the way step in right direction.
That's strange, the default Internet Access settings for a sandbox should allow all programs to access the internet without hindrance. When testing Origin itself it was able to access the Internet through the sanbox, very strange indeed.
As for the rest I'm not sure as I don't have BF3 on the computer.
The battlelog seems to come up with a firewall error when origin starts the browser through origin. I have looked through all of sandboxies settings and can't seem to find a fix. I am sure there is one i'm just not sure with this program.
Looks like if i want to play bf3 i will have to let origin spy on me lol.