The following limitations are known for Kaspersky Sandbox version 2.0:
The application does not have a standard upgrade procedure. You must remove the 1.0 version and then install the 2.0 version.
Installing Kaspersky Sandbox on a workstation with the UEFI interface requires disabling the Secure Boot protocol. Otherwise the application cannot be installed.
To make sure the Kaspersky Sandbox is operational and able to process objects, you must install a virtual machine with a Windows 7 image. You can install a virtual machine with just the Windows 7 image or virtual machines with Windows 7 and Windows 10 images.
Kaspersky Sandbox cannot function if you install just the virtual machine with the Windows 10 image.
When Kaspersky Sandbox is integrated with external systems, objects from external systems are scanned only in Windows 7.