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Not a member of the debugger users group

Hello,

We have a big problem. I created a Visual Studio with VB setup.
On this computer everything works fine. But now I've cloned this image
to 200 pc's and debugging does not work anymore.

The program says that "you are not a member of the debugger users group"

But I am a member of that group. Whem I am a member of administrators,
everything works normal. It seems that the specific rights for the
"debugger users group" are incorrect.

I've checked the local security settings in group policy, but everything
looks normal.

I know the technet documents about this issue, but the solution is not
there.
Anyone ????
Thanks

Richard Smits
Nov 20 '05 #1
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The ASPNET account needs to be a member of the Debugger Users group, not
your individual user account.

When you run an ASP.NET page the process runs under the ASPNET user account
and so this account is the one in question.
"Richard Smits" <R.*****@io.tudelft.nl> wrote in message
news:40***************@io.tudelft.nl...
Hello,

We have a big problem. I created a Visual Studio with VB setup.
On this computer everything works fine. But now I've cloned this image
to 200 pc's and debugging does not work anymore.

The program says that "you are not a member of the debugger users group"

But I am a member of that group. Whem I am a member of administrators,
everything works normal. It seems that the specific rights for the
"debugger users group" are incorrect.

I've checked the local security settings in group policy, but everything
looks normal.

I know the technet documents about this issue, but the solution is not
there.
Anyone ????
Thanks

Richard Smits

Nov 20 '05 #2
Hi Scott,

No, I'm not using ASP, but Visual Basic. Just standard debugging.
Not even remote, but local.

Greets...

"Scott M." wrote:

The ASPNET account needs to be a member of the Debugger Users group, not
your individual user account.

When you run an ASP.NET page the process runs under the ASPNET user account
and so this account is the one in question.

"Richard Smits" <R.*****@io.tudelft.nl> wrote in message
news:40***************@io.tudelft.nl...
Hello,

We have a big problem. I created a Visual Studio with VB setup.
On this computer everything works fine. But now I've cloned this image
to 200 pc's and debugging does not work anymore.

The program says that "you are not a member of the debugger users group"

But I am a member of that group. Whem I am a member of administrators,
everything works normal. It seems that the specific rights for the
"debugger users group" are incorrect.

I've checked the local security settings in group policy, but everything
looks normal.

I know the technet documents about this issue, but the solution is not
there.
Anyone ????
Thanks

Richard Smits

Nov 20 '05 #3
Cor
Hi Richard,

But as you are doing webpages, than that page uses the aspnet user accound
as Scott stated, when debugging that page

Cor
No, I'm not using ASP, but Visual Basic. Just standard debugging.
Not even remote, but local.

The ASPNET account needs to be a member of the Debugger Users group, not
your individual user account.

When you run an ASP.NET page the process runs under the ASPNET user account and so this account is the one in question.

Nov 20 '05 #4
Hello,

We are not doing webpages, but only visual basic ".exe" projects.
Or am I missing something, and does vbasic also using "ASPNET" ?

If this is the case, I may have a solution ? Just check if ASPNET is a
member of the "Debugger Users" group. (I can check on monday )

Greets...

Cor wrote:

Hi Richard,

But as you are doing webpages, than that page uses the aspnet user accound
as Scott stated, when debugging that page

Cor
No, I'm not using ASP, but Visual Basic. Just standard debugging.
Not even remote, but local.

The ASPNET account needs to be a member of the Debugger Users group, not
your individual user account.

When you run an ASP.NET page the process runs under the ASPNET user account and so this account is the one in question.

Nov 20 '05 #5
Cor
Hi Richard,

I readed it over only Scott stated it about aspnet.

You do not have to use your aspnet user for a windows.application, but I do
have the answer either.

Did you know that there is a special newsgroup security.

I thought that it is an active group so maybe you can ask it there, this are
mostly special things and any partial security update or setting can affect
this you know.
(You are the only one I saw with this so I do not expect is is something
genereal)

I did think what it could be, but could not remember me anything.

Sorry but a lot of succes.

Cor
Nov 20 '05 #6

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