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    Default Answered: Running application off of a network location

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    Is it possible or supported to run a packaged application off of a remote file store? I'm running Win7-64bit with the latest Desktop Packager, and have tried several ways, but all produce an error:

    The application was unable to start correctly (0xc0000022). Click OK to close the application.
    Then I hit OK, nothing happens but the process is still running in the task manager.

    The success use case:
    Code:
    >c:
    >cd \AppPackaged
    >App.exe
    This works since it's local. Now try through admin share:
    Code:
    >\\localhost\c$\AppPackaged\App.exe
    Error. Created a share just to avoid using admin share (Everyon has read/write):

    Code:
    >\\localhost\AppPackaged\App.exe
    Error. Even tried to map drive:

    Code:
    >net use x: \\localhost\AppPackaged\App.exe
    >x:
    >App.exe
    Still no luck, any ideas? Thanks in advance.

  2. Ok, desperately trying anything, it turns out adding the switch "--no-sandbox" (chrome flag) on my packaged .exe file allows me to launch my app from a network drive. For example:
    Code:
    >\\localhost\c$\AppPackaged\App.exe --no-sandbox
    Works!

    I know this flag is not recommended in normal chrome, so I'm guessing it's the same for embedded. In this specific instance the user can't get out of my code so you could argue the security risk isn't a concern.

    Any thoughts or suggestions?

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    Anybody? We like this tool, and are looking into purchasing it, but this could be an issue...

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    Ok, desperately trying anything, it turns out adding the switch "--no-sandbox" (chrome flag) on my packaged .exe file allows me to launch my app from a network drive. For example:
    Code:
    >\\localhost\c$\AppPackaged\App.exe --no-sandbox
    Works!

    I know this flag is not recommended in normal chrome, so I'm guessing it's the same for embedded. In this specific instance the user can't get out of my code so you could argue the security risk isn't a concern.

    Any thoughts or suggestions?
    Last edited by maikhorma; 12 Aug 2013 at 12:26 PM. Reason: fixed code tags

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    I guess the security parameters need to be a little tightened..
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