Debugging Visual C++.NET Standard

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    Debugging Visual C++.NET Standard

    I get this error when I try to debug:

    Unable to start debugging.

    The Machine Debug Manager service is disabled.
    How do I enable this? I'm going crazy not being able to.

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    Maybe you have one of those cheaper student versions?

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    or your on a network with bad permission settings?

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    Originally posted by RoD
    or your on a network with bad permission settings?
    Why should your ability to debug relate to the network? It doesn't.

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    sure it does. when school started tjis year certain permissions set on the clients restricted us from compiling and debugging, its quite possible.

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    Originally posted by RoD
    sure it does. when school started tjis year certain permissions set on the clients restricted us from compiling and debugging, its quite possible.
    I din't quite included the possibility of being at school,
    Well global? Are you?

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    any network, depends on the security level placed on applications.

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    Im using Windows XP Home Edition with SP1 installed. I am at home using an Administrator's account, I have Microsoft Visual C++ .NET Standard Version 2002. It doesnt say anything about Student's version. This is the exact product i am using:

    http://www.microsoft.com/catalog/dis...=22&site=11131

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    Maybe standard doesn't have a debugger? There are also
    proffesional,developer,enterprise and architect versions, So
    standard is all the way down the list.

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    When I go to options this is what is displayed for Debug:

    Code:
    General:
    Hexadecimal Display
    Allow Hexadecimal input without prefix
    Show disassembly if source is not available
    Warn if no symbols on launch < Checked
    Confirm correct file was found when finding source
    In break mode, only stop execution of the current process
    Color text of current statement and breakpoints
    Use intellisense to verify breakpoints < Checked
    Allow propery evaluation in variables windows < Checked
    Insert breakpoints in Active Server Pages for breakpoitns in client script< Checked
    
    Edit and Continue: (Everything is checked)
    Enable Edit and Continue 
    Invoked by debug commands
     Ask me first
    Warn me about stale code
    Relink code changes are debugging
    Allow precompiling
    
    Just-In-Time Debugging:
    Common Language Runtime < Not checked
    Native < Not checked
    Script < Not checked
    
    Native:
    Load Dll Exports < Not checked
    RPC Debugging  < Not checked

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    Which versions of Visual C++ .NET enable debugging?

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    all of them

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    Originally posted by RoD
    all of them
    That a fact? Post a source!

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    There is no version tmk of .net without the debugger, that would be retarted.

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    Originally posted by RoD
    There is no version tmk of .net without the debugger, that would be retarted.
    Why so? Students might be interested in a debug-less compiler
    that's affordable.

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