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How do i set up debugging classic ASP in IIS 7 and VS 2005 on Vista?

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Hi there, Im trying to set up Dubugging of Classic ASP pages thru VS.net 2005, by attaching to the w3wp.exe process but Im not getting anywhere, my break points are never hit. Can anyone shed light on exactly the steps I need to go through to enable this much needed feature?
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Can you verify if you followed these steps?
http://blogs.msdn.com/mikhailarkhipov/archive/2005/06/24/432308.aspx
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Yes, Ive double checked Ive gone through those steps. I set the break point, it attaches to w3wp.exer just fine, and I run the page again and the break points just arent being hit.
Any idewas?
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you can however debug ASP .net applications??
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I can debug .Net applications and I do run the page once bfore attaching to the w3wp process. Any ideas?
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Ive figured out the issue. Its to do with Vista and its damn user rights. You specifically have to launch IE by right clicking on the IE logo and clicking "Run as Administrator", even though Im in the admin group. Once I did that it worked like a charm. Thanks for the help though.
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Thanks for your time!
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