You can modify the default command execution attributes that are used when commands run in either the non-restricted shell or in a restricted shell environment. In most cases, changes are rarely required for commands that run in a non-restricted shell. It is more common to change the execution attributes for commands that run in restricted shell environments. For example, you can use the execution attributes to control whether an allowed command can invoke a nested command. In a restricted shell environment, you might want to prevent a command from invoking nested commands to reduce the chance that users can run commands not explicitly defined for their environment.
If you want to set any execution attributes for a command right, click the Attributes tab. You can then select different options to control different aspects of command execution.