Windows Sandbox with Chocolatey, Scoop, Git, VisualStudio Code and more

I recently wrote an article to introduce Windows Sandbox. I explained how the Sandbox can have folders mapped from the host, have network interactions with the host (and the rest of the world) and use the clipboard for exchanging objects to and from the host. I also mentioned the logon script that can be configured in a Windows Sandbox configuration file ( wsb extension); this logon script can be for example a cmd file or a ps1 file — the latter with a PowerShell script. This script is executed automatically, as soon as the sandbox is…