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hi,

i have some trouble to debug my webservice

i have a server with SBS2003 (with domain controler) with IIS 6

my dev machine is XP Pro on WorkGroup with VS2005

if i run webservice and client application on my dev computer, all work
fine...

but now,
i have build and published the webservice to the server..
the webservice work fine. i run client app on my dev computer that call
webservice on server.
if it try to debug webservice from the client app..
then step into act as step over the webservice method..

i haven't any errors...

i have setup the debugger on the server, launch the service.
setup a username on my dev pc with same username/password like on
server..

i have found many things on internet about "debogger users" group... i
haven't it on my server !
if i must create it, what is it's name for french version of SBS2003 ??

thank for your help !

tips: if i try to attach to a server side process, i type the server
name then i can view, select and attach a process on the server from my
dev pc. that mean remote debugger work fine on server ??
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