Auto-Install TCMD upon Windows 10 Sandbox Logon

Here's how I auto-install TCMD into Windows 10 Sandbox upon Logon;
Code:
<Configuration>

<MappedFolders>
    <MappedFolder>
        <HostFolder>E:\Downloads</HostFolder>
        <ReadOnly>true</ReadOnly>
    </MappedFolder>
</MappedFolders>

<LogonCommand>
    <Command>C:\users\WDAGUtilityAccount\Desktop\Downloads\jpsoft\v27\tcmd.exe /qn</Command>
</LogonCommand>

</Configuration>

I save the script to a file, for example sandbox.wsb

I can then type from the TCC prompt;
Code:
sandbox.wsb
...which will start Windows 10 Sandbox, and auto-install Take Command.

Posting this here for my future reference, but thought others might be interested.

Joe
 
May 20, 2008
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Syracuse, NY, USA
Everything I've read says Windows 10 comes with Sandbox. My Windows 10 seems to know nothing about Sandbox.