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Yes there are a series of properties that you can set:
jive.extension.sandbox.enabled = true
jive.apps.cache-control.default = false
jive.apps.cache-control.enabled = true
jive.devMode = true (optional, but may be helpful for non-HTTPS development).
This should get you squared away with a similar environment. Hope this helps. =)
Is it also possible to control access to the sandbox features via security group? In other words, have a large group have access to the Jive 8 environment, but only a subset able to use it as a sandbox (in this context).