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  1. #1
    Mel Dodd Guest

    Problem running simple Web Form

    I am having trouble getting started with my first simple web form in visual The form just has a label on it and thats all.

    When I try to run it from the development environment I get the following


    ! (in a triagle)

    Unable to automatically attach to

    If this is the first time you have run Visual Studio after setup
    completed, log out of Windows and log back in and try the scenario
    again. If the scenario still does not work you may not have
    permissions to debug the server, make sure you are a member of the
    'Debugger Users' group on the the server and try again.

    My user is assigned to the 'Debugger Users' group in the Active Directory
    user maintenance.
    My workstation and server are the same, a stand alone machine. I have logged
    off and on as indicated but still get the error. The build seems to go fine
    except the final running of the web form in the browser.

    I have also tried completely removing and replacing Visual Studio.Net and
    the Windows component update from the January MSDN shipment to no avail.

    Any help or ideas for resolving this would be greatly appreciated.


    Mel Dodd

  2. #2
    Jonny Guest

    Re: Problem running simple Web Form


    > Unable to automatically attach to
    > http://melcompaq/WebApplication/Webform1.aspx

    Try this:

    1). Using the IIS snap in, open up the properties page for website that
    contains your project directory (normally called 'default web site').

    2). Select the Directory Security tab and press the 'anonymous access and
    authentication control' edit button (at the top)

    3). Make sure that the 'integrated windows authentication' checkbox is

    Assuming your windows account has the debugging access stated in the error
    message you mentioned then you should now be able to run your web page.


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