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Debugging .NET on Windows 2000 Server Domain Controller

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I'm trying to debug a C++ application on the local machine (not ASP.NET)
which happens to be a domain controller. Administrators can debug, but
domain users cannot. I have looked at the debugger Word doc that is oftern
referenced on the net. All users on the machine are in the "Debugger Users
Group" and the effective policies reflect this. Debugging is fine on
computers other than the domain controller with these settings, however the
domain controller gives the error:
"Unable to start debugging. Acess is denied. Verify that you are an
administrator or member of the Debugger Users group on the machine you are
trying to debug. After being added to the Debugger Users group you must log
back on for the setting to apply." Administrators are fine debugging on the
domain controller, other users are not. Logging on as an administrator is an
unacceptable solution because software file revision history is tracked in
SourceSafe via user names.

Any ideas anyone has would be great.
Dec 22 '05 #1
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