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reading strings from outputdebustring

I have written a small .net application to captutre the output from calls to
OutputDebugString. However it does not always work, and in general does not
seem to capture the output when it is written out from within an ASP.Net
application on Windows2000.

I have noticed using DebugView that the strings I can not capture are the
same as are only captured when DebugViews' "capture kernel" setting is

Could anyone point me in the direction of any documentation or samples on
how to capture or read all of the outputs that are sent to OutputDebugString,
and what determines whether "capture kernel" mode is required or not ?
Jul 21 '05 #1
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