First – I apologize if this is not the correct group – the asp groups seem to have a very low activity rate, so I decided to give this a try here.
Whenever I try and run/debug my ASP.NET application, I receive the warning that “You do not have permissions to Debug the Server. Verify that you are a member of the Debugger users group on the server”.
Some times I get the warning “This project is not configured to be debugged”
The problem is, I believe that I am member of this group. I have opened up the project config file and debug is set to YES.
IIS was installed AFTER VS.NET, so I ran the .NET repair described in help, by reinserting my VS disc and running from the command line:
D:\dotNetFramework\dotnetfx.exe /t:c:\temp /c:"msiexec.exe /fvecms c:\temp\netfx.msi"
Windows XP SP3
.NET versions 1.1, 2, 3, and 3.5 installed on machine
Visual Studio.NET 2003
Administrative Tools > Internet Information Services > Web Sites > Default Web Site > Right Click “Properties” >
Directory Security Tab:
• Anonymous Access = Y
o UserName = Device\User
o Allow IIS to control Password = Y
• Integrated Windows Authentication = Y
Home Directory Tab :
• When connecting to the resource, the content should come from
o A directory on this computer
• Local Path : c:\inetpub\www.root
• Application Name : Default Application
• Execute Permissions : Scripts and Executables
• Application Protection : Medium (Pooled)
• True :
o Script Source Acess
o Directory Browsing
o Log Visits
o Index This Resource
Configuration from Home Directory Tab
Enable ASP Server Side Debugging set to TRUE
ASP.NET Tab :
IF set to Version 1.1.4322, the web.config path is set to \inetpub\www.root.
Edit Configuration is button inactivated
If set to Version 2.0.50727, I can Edit the config file.
o Editing Config File > Application Tab > Debugging = True
Can someone please help? Im at wits end here as to how to get this running and debugging.
Thanks in advance for any help or advice given,