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  • Sandboxing is the process of testing systems or applications in a lab environment. The lab could be made up of computers that are not used in production but only for testing purposes. These system are separate from other important systems. Administrators use virtual machines to manage networks, deploy different OS platforms, applications, and to test other systems. When you hear the term, "Sandbox", it means system testing.

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