I've searched the forums and Google and am coming up dry on this.
Is there a simple way to administer network/NAT settings for wine on a per-bottle basis? I'm trying to create a "sandbox" bottle that has no disk access and denies all network access, but it seems there is no simple way to modify network behavior. It would be trivial to do this with a full-fledged VM but Crossover/wine's lightweight nature is ideal for what I'm running.
I'm trying to avoid external solutions, such as installing a software firewall (ie: Little Snitch) or modifying system network tables.
No, I have seen nothing in the settings for blocking network access to a particular bottle. I have a a firewall on my mac installed called LuLu is is a very lightweight firewall. This app detetcts even the windows .exe files (Programs) and will ask you if you want to give it access to the internet/LAN
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