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      LPAC Sandbox Launcher

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      AppContainer Launcher

      AppContainer and LPAC (Less Privileged AppContainer) Launcher with Capabilities

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      Release Details:

      Second release. This is a fork of Privexec aimed at narrowing down the scope to just AppContainer and LPAC with some minor GUI enhancements.

      Changes since last release:

      •     Regular AppContainer is default (therefore 2 choices for AppContainer type now)
      •     LPAC (Less Privileged AppContainer can be enabled via checkbox)
      •     AppxManifest button to import/parse Capabilities from AppxManifest files
      •     Allow changing AppContainer Name field
      •     Unique SIDs based upon AppContainer Name
      •     File, Folder and Registry ACL permissions (may require Admin)
      •     Process Startup Directory (can be empty)
      •     Output box shows launched process' AppContainer SID, AppContainer Folder, Name, etc.
      •     Basic theme support; Change Color Panel selection in Sysmenu


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