Sandbox mode is an environment in Access that helps you ensure that potentially dangerous commands available in Access can't be used to harm your computer.
For an additional layer of safety while working in Access, you can run the program in sandbox mode.
What is sandbox mode? Simply put, running in sandbox mode helps ensure that any potentially dangerous commands that could be run from an Access expression will be blocked. Access is "playing safely in a sandbox," so to speak, and is not being allowed to hurt anything outside its domain.
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