1.- A user creates a sandbox in a non empty folder, for example "C:\Users\userid\Documents". The user don't create an empty folder before creating the sandbox, he creates the sandbox directly in the folder "C:\Users\userid\Documents"
2.- The user drops the sandbox selecting the option "Entire Sandbox Directory".
3.- PTC Integrity deletes the folders/files corresponding to the sandbox but also other folders/files in the Documents folder which doesn't belong to the sandbox because they were previously created. PTC Integrity doesn't send the folders/files to the Recycle Bin.
To avoid this situation I can think of these possible solutions:
1.- When dropping a sandbox, Integrity should only delete the folders/files corresponding to the sandbox, not folders/files that were previously there before creating the sandbox in the parent folder. 2.- A new feature can be added to PTC Integrity to send the deleted folders/files to to the Recycle Bin, instead of permanently delete them. 3.- When the user is creating a sandbox and he selects a folder that is not empty, add a new feature to PTC Integrity to display a warning saying that the folder is not empty and is better to select a folder that is empty. 4.- Add a new feature to PTC Integrity so Integrity creates an empty folder automatically and creates the sandbox in this new folder.