The ability to enable video input in Sandbox in Windows 10 is one of the new features brought into it. Sandbox is a temporary and safe virtual space or environment, which allows to run and test programs and codes, without having to worry about the risk of corrupting or ruining the whole system. However, in order to maintain all that secure functioning, Microsoft introduced the Sandbox environment with very limited functionalities. But it is still undergoing quite a bit of development. And, the video input enabling feature is one of the latest improvements in the area.
This very recent update made to the Windows Sandbox offer a certain level of flexibility to the otherwise-rigid Sandbox environment. You will be able to use or enable quite a few Group Policy settings in it. Don’t worry, this nowhere compromises the safety at any point. Just a few changes at a small scale are introduced to the Sandbox environment targeting the further strengthening of the process along with gradual improvement in the features and ability of this protective experimenting space. This somewhat rather adds to the convenience of the user. Microsoft seems to be working pretty well toward this goal.
Enable Video Input in Sandbox Windows 10
Here is How to enable Video Input in Sandbox Windows 10 –
1] Using Group Policy Editor
- Press Windows logo key and R.
- Type in Gpedit.msc and hit enter. This opens up the Local Group Policy Editor.
- Go to the following policy –
Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Windows Sandbox
- Double click on Allow Video input for Windows Sandbox from the right pane.
- If you’d like to enable this feature, simply set the policy to Enabled.
- Whenever you need to disable the Video input for Windows Sandbox, set the policy to either Disabled or Not configured.
- Once you make the changes, click on Apply and OK.
2] Enable Video Input in Sandbox Windows 10 via Registry Editor
- Open Registry Editor (You can simply click Start, type regedit.exe, and press Enter).
- Browse and reach the following string –
- Right click on an empty place in the right pane and select New followed by DWORD (32-bit) Value.
- Provide the name “AllowVideoInput” to New value #1.
- Double click on AllowVideoInput and set the Value data 1.
- Click OK.
- Close the Registry Editor and reboot the PC.