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IIS (w3wp.exe) throws visual c++ debug alert popup

Posted on 2008-06-23
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I am getting a Microsoft Visual C++ Debug Library error when my server reboots. Not sure what the problem is, IIS seems to be working ok, but I'd like to determine the cuase of the problem andr resolve it. see attached image
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What is the version of IIS and OS?
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Also see in the event log you see any errors logged? If so please post them as well
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This is IIS 6, on a Wndows 2003 Server (VMWare) ahh. I see an application logging "information" events regarding some xxxxxxxx.cpp files.
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prompted me to dig deeper in event logs and discovered a recently installed web app having some problems with its own .cpp files.
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