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I have WinXP Home Edition and VC++ 2002. I have execute command: Debug->Start
without debbuging or Debug->Start and VC++ send messages:
Access is denied. Verify taht you are administrator or a memeber "Debuger
Users" group on the machine you are trying to debug.

In users management service I have only 2 gropus Administrators and Users. I
don't have administrative privileges for working ordinary working on the
machine.
How I can resolve this problem?
Nov 17 '05 #1
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TomS wrote:
I have WinXP Home Edition and VC++ 2002. I have execute command:
Debug->Start without debbuging or Debug->Start and VC++ send messages:
Access is denied. Verify taht you are administrator or a memeber
"Debuger Users" group on the machine you are trying to debug.

In users management service I have only 2 gropus Administrators and
Users. I don't have administrative privileges for working ordinary
working on the machine.
How I can resolve this problem?


Get your user added to the Administrators or Debugger Users group on your
machine. There's no way to debug without it - that's by design, since a
debugger can modify process state, it's a high-prevelege operation.

-cd
Nov 17 '05 #2

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Hi TomS!
I have WinXP Home Edition and VC++ 2002. I have execute command: Debug->Start
without debbuging or Debug->Start and VC++ send messages:
Access is denied. Verify taht you are administrator or a memeber "Debuger
Users" group on the machine you are trying to debug.
See also: The VS7.x(Visual Studio 2002 Visual Studio 2003) Debugger
doesn’t work. What can I do?
http://blogs.msdn.com/mkpark/articles/86872.aspx
In users management service I have only 2 gropus Administrators and Users. I
don't have administrative privileges for working ordinary working on the
machine.


Starting with VS2005 you do not need Admin or Debug-User privileges to
debug your own applications...

See:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en...ecurity_topic4
<quote>
Visual Studio 2005 runs cleanly under a User account and you can develop
and debug applications this way as easily as you could as an
Administrator or Debugger User previously.
</quote>

--
Greetings
Jochen

My blog about Win32 and .NET
http://blog.kalmbachnet.de/
Nov 17 '05 #3

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