Monday, 27 July 2009

How to Prevent Debugger Step-Thru Spontaneously Dying in IIS 7.0 ...

This frustrated me for a while until I Googled it and discovered it’s a preventable thing.


I guess there’s a good reason for it (somewhere), but when your stepping through debugging your ASP.NET website and just getting to the bottom of an issue when the debugger quits saying that the web server was unresponsive for 59.999 seconds, it can get on your nerves ;-) Here’s how to prevent that from happening…


Go to the application pool for the app you’re debugging and check out the ‘Advanced Settings’:



… set ‘Ping Enabled’ to false and you will find you can leave your debugger hanging as long as you like (again) while you dig through stuff…

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