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I'm getting the following error when trying to debug a asp.net program. I have domain user rights and belong to the local "Debugger Users" and "VS Developers" groups. I do NOT have administrator privileges on this machine. It will work if I do have administrator rights, But this is something we don't want to have to do. Any Ideas? "Error while trying to run project: Unable to start debugging on the web server Access is Denied" Thanks for any help Linda...

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    Default Debugging problem

    I'm getting the following error when trying to debug a asp.net program.
    I have domain user rights and belong to the local "Debugger Users" and "VS
    Developers" groups.
    I do NOT have administrator privileges on this machine.
    It will work if I do have administrator rights, But this is something we
    don't want to have to do.

    Any Ideas?

    "Error while trying to run project:
    Unable to start debugging on the web server
    Access is Denied"

    Thanks for any help
    Linda


    Linda Guest

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    Default Debugging problem

    Hi,

    I am having a problem debugging an ASP.NET application. When I hit F5 to
    begin debugging, I get the following message box:

    Microsoft Development Environment
    Error while trying to run project: Unable to start debugging on the web
    server. The debugger is not properly installed. Run setup to install or
    repair the debugger. Would you like to disable future attempts to debug
    ASP.NET pages for this project?
    Yes / No

    And, in the Output window of my project is displayed:

    Auto-attach to process '[1788] aspnet_wp.exe' on machine 'WINDSMOOR2000'
    failed. Error code 0x80040154 (Class not registered).

    I have tried reinstalling IIS on the web server but to no avail.

    Web Server is running Win2kS with SP4, and the latest SP of the .NET
    framework. Development workstation is running Win2kW with SP3.

    Any assistance gratefully received.

    Best regards,

    Mark Rae


    Mark Rae Guest

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    "Ravikanth[MVP]" <dvravikanthhotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:09b301c35b42$6e5ec6a0$a601280aphx.gbl...
    > Hi Mark,
    >
    > Check out this URL:
    > [url]http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?[/url]
    > url=/library/en-us/vsdebug/html/vxtbsHTTPServerErrors.asp
    Thanks very much for that. The server had only Native Debugging installed. I
    installed Full Debugging, and all is now well.

    Thanks again,

    Mark


    Mark Rae Guest

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    I've been unable to debug a .NET web application with Visual Studio.
    Every time I try to run it, I get the error message:

    Error while trying to run project: Unable to start debugging on the
    web server. Server side-error occurred on sending debug HTTP request.

    I know there are several posts from users who experienced the same
    problem, but none of the solutions are working for me. Based on
    information I read in previous posts, the gotdotnet and microsoft
    websites, as well as VS help, I have tried the following things:


    -Added new account ASPNET and ensured that process aspnet_wp.exe is
    running.

    -Verified that web.config is properly formed with no syntax errors and
    has the debug attribute set to true.

    -Reinstalled the dotnet framework

    -Verified IIS security settings and gave the web application a name in
    the Properties dialog box for the application.


    I'm running Windows XP Pro with IIS 5.1. If anyone has any other
    suggestions on how to resolve the problem, please let me know.

    Thanks,

    Kevin
    Kevin Guest

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    Default Debugging problem

    Do you have permission set for that application folder on
    the IIS ?
     
    Visual Studio. 
    debugging on the 
    HTTP request. 
    the same 
    Based on 
    microsoft 
    things: 
    aspnet_wp.exe is 
    syntax errors and 
    application a name in 
    any other 
    know. 
    Tap Guest

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    Default Re: Debugging problem

    I have it set to allow for anonymous access and integrated Windows
    authentication. Is this what you are referring to?


    "Tap" <com> wrote in message news:<00d601c36b32$b618eed0$gbl>... 
    > Visual Studio. 
    > debugging on the 
    > HTTP request. 
    > the same 
    > Based on 
    > microsoft 
    > things: 
    > aspnet_wp.exe is 
    > syntax errors and 
    > application a name in 
    > any other 
    > know. [/ref]
    Kevin Guest

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    Default Re: Debugging problem

    Is your ASPNET account a memeber of the Debugger Users and VS Developers
    groups?


    "Kevin" <com> wrote in message
    news:google.com... 
    news:<00d601c36b32$b618eed0$gbl>... 
    > > Visual Studio. 
    > > debugging on the 
    > > HTTP request. 
    > > the same 
    > > Based on 
    > > microsoft 
    > > things: 
    > > aspnet_wp.exe is 
    > > syntax errors and 
    > > application a name in 
    > > any other 
    > > know. [/ref][/ref]


    Scott Guest

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    I'm not sure.. how do I verify this?

    "Scott M." <net> wrote in message news:<#$phx.gbl>... 
    > news:<00d601c36b32$b618eed0$gbl>... [/ref]
    > Visual Studio. [/ref]
    > debugging on the [/ref]
    > HTTP request. [/ref]
    > the same [/ref]
    > Based on [/ref]
    > microsoft [/ref]
    > things: [/ref]
    > aspnet_wp.exe is [/ref]
    > syntax errors and [/ref]
    > application a name in [/ref]
    > any other [/ref]
    > know. [/ref][/ref]
    Kevin Guest

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    Default Re: Debugging problem

    On the machine that has the ASPNET account, go into Control Panel and then
    Administrative Tools then Computer Management.

    Once there expand the Local Users And Groups section. Under Users, double
    click the ASPNET account and look at the tab called Member Of.

    By default, the ASPNET account is not a member of the Debugger Users or VS
    Developers groups, so don't be surprised to not see these groups listed.

    If they are not listed, then go into the Groups section and then the
    Debugger Users group. Add the ASPNET account to that group, then repeat the
    process for the VS Developers group.

    Hope this helps!


    "Kevin" <com> wrote in message
    news:google.com... 
    news:<#$phx.gbl>... 
    > > news:<00d601c36b32$b618eed0$gbl>... 
    > > Visual Studio. 
    > > debugging on the 
    > > HTTP request. 
    > > the same 
    > > Based on 
    > > microsoft 
    > > things: 
    > > aspnet_wp.exe is 
    > > syntax errors and 
    > > application a name in 
    > > any other 
    > > know. [/ref][/ref]


    Scott Guest

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    Scott,

    I added ASPNET to the Debugger Users and VS Developers groups as you
    instructed, and rebooted. I tried to run the program again, but still
    got the same error. I have verified that the ASPNET account was added
    to both groups correctly, and don't know what else to check at this
    point. Do you have any other suggestions?

    Thanks for your help,

    Kevin


    "Scott M." <net> wrote in message news:<phx.gbl>... 
    > news:<#$phx.gbl>... [/ref]
    > news:<00d601c36b32$b618eed0$gbl>... [/ref]
    > Visual Studio. [/ref]
    > debugging on the [/ref]
    > HTTP request. [/ref]
    > the same [/ref]
    > Based on [/ref]
    > microsoft [/ref]
    > things: [/ref]
    > aspnet_wp.exe is [/ref]
    > syntax errors and [/ref]
    > application a name in [/ref]
    > any other [/ref]
    > know. [/ref][/ref]
    Kevin Guest

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