Your paged helped me fix this problem and was exactly what I needed. With over fifteen years of professional software development and IT management, Payton brings a unique insight to the world of IT. amcgee - Tuesday, March 13, 2007 6:34:11 PM Brian, Thanks this really helped. Access is denied.
Copy if(someStr == null) 0000002a cmp dword ptr [ebp-18h],0 0000002e jne 0000003C Console.WriteLine("what's up?"); 00000030 mov ecx,dword ptr ds:[01C50070h] 00000036 call dword ptr ds:[02F0257Ch] 0000003c jmp 00000048 catch(Exception e) 0000003e mov Your help and guidence in this is very much appreciated. Reply Anonymous February 14, 2007 at 1:01 pm After trying three or four other recommendations with no success, I found yours. I've spent more hours than I care to count trouble shooting this.
Reply Mike Volodarsky January 2, 2007 at 6:48 pm Dennis, I am not sure what your problem is. Thanks, Tami Tamara - Tuesday, July 24, 2007 3:19:10 PM The reason for an "Internal Server Error" is almost always stated in the event logs. I've followed the instructions above (and instructions from a million other websites also!), but am still getting the "You do not have permission to debug the server.
Message: Unable to start debugging on the Web server Figure 1. Thanks in advance, Shrini Reply Mike Volodarsky May 21, 2007 at 8:07 am Shrinivas, What SKU of Vista are you running? How do i get the remote server to authenticate me. Unable To Start Debugging On The Web Server. The Web Server Is Not Configured Correctly i have the vs2008 too...
In any case, you need to update more than just this single DLL, so if it was updated by something other than SP1, you'd still need to install SP1. The Project Is Not Configured To Be Debugged Vs 2003 Windows 7 ASP.NET Debugging Note If you can't find the error message that you're looking for in this section, please check the section that deals with general debugging issues or remote debugging issues. Also, please consult http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306172 for more causes of debugging problems. Or, you this message during ASP.NET debugging: Error while trying to run project: Unable to start debugging on the web server.
Ensure that .NET 1.1 --->SP1<--- or higher is properly installed. Unable To Start Debugging On The Web Server. Could Not Start Asp.net Debugging Reply Anonymous July 28, 2008 at 7:52 pm Hi Mike, I get this error when open a web project: "Error while trying to run project: Unable to start debugging on the Choose the File Share radio button and press OK. I do have "Anonymous Authentication", "ASP.NET Impersonation", "Basic Authentication", "Forms Authentication", but no "Windows Authentication".
It is also worth noting that you wouldn't need to enable both client-side and server-side debugging. dig this If you don't have .NET Framework Support service running, disable the IIS admin service. Error While Trying To Run Project Unable To Start Debugging On The Web Server Visual Studio 2003 Enabling ASP.NET Debugging In the case of VB project, the UI is different, but you can recognize the equivalent one easily. Unable To Start Debugging On The Web Server Vs 2003 So, the default setting of Internet Explorer will impact on the behavior of logging on.
Once you have installed VS 2003 you can disable the use of FPSE by default when creating ASP.NET projects. Enabling Integrated Authentication Cause 2: Check the Enable HTTP Keep Alive option of IIS. As far as I can tell the parts that my list is missing are: 1. For the other users' Managed process, you should be administrator on the machine. Unable To Start Debugging On The Web Server. You Do Not Have Permissions To Debug The Server
Could you Please let me know if there is work around for this problem. Is there a way to fix or include it ?? Unfortunately for me, my localhost path was hosed for, what was then, some unknown reason. http://txtbl.com/unable-to/cannot-debug-in-visual-studio-2003.html I'm running Vista Ultimate (upgraded from Vista Home Basic using OEM cd).
An easy calculus inequality that I can't prove Word or phrase for "using excessive amount of technology to solve a low-tech task" Is it acceptable to ask an unknown professor outside But it refused to get installed, and it appears that it could be installed only on Vista Home and not on Ultimate. Reply Richard says: February 17, 2009 at 5:37 pm You, sir, are a hero!
Thanks for sharing this tips. Reply Anonymous March 9, 2007 at 12:15 am Thanks for this. Check it out! Reply Anonymous January 13, 2007 at 11:11 pm By the way, if you do recieve the last message I reported, this just means that the regular SP1 (not the SP1 for
Section=ResponseHeader Detail=Header name is invalid Click Help for more information. ------------------ OK Help ------------------ Reply Anonymous March 29, 2008 at 3:53 pm Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) is either not installed If you want to search across a project or a solution to work then you need to tweak the compatibility settings . This worked fine in 2003 because it relied on IIS to host my developing web application. http://txtbl.com/unable-to/cannot-debug-asp-net-website.html Begin Now Stuff, Feeds & Stats Links Payton's Random Rants Alexexmachina's Blog .Net Curry Categories Code Techniques Evaluate Vendors Find Jobs Manage Projects Opinion Outsourcing Solve Problems Stay Current Toolbox for
Thanks Matt T Reply Anonymous December 18, 2007 at 3:24 pm I'm running Visual Studio 2008 on Vista have the same problem trying to debug my ASP.net project as I did We are working on a product fix that should become available soon. Reply Anonymous August 15, 2008 at 5:09 pm Hi Mike, I am using Vista Home Premium.