You can change isolation modes for folders by modifying the
##Attributes.ini file within it. This is shown in the following screenshot:
If the folder within your project folder does not contain a
##Attributes.ini file, simply create one using Notepad or copy one from another folder.
You can change isolation modes on a per-registry sub tree basis using the
isolation_full parameter in front of the registry location, as shown in the following screenshot:
When you package an application it is important to find out which isolation modes are required within the project to get the behavior you want from your package. A packager must test run the package and explore the sandbox. This allows the packager to get to know the application and to know how it behaves as a ThinApp package. Typical things of interest are as folows:
The initial launch size of the sandbox
Whether the sandbox size will grow by using the package and by launching...