I keep running into this problem - everytime I install my machine (which is not very often) I have to setup remote debugging. th emain problem is that I forgot steps for setup.
I will try to put them here (client computer only - one with VS.NET)
1. At a command prompt, type dcomcnfg, and then press ENTER. Component Services opens.
2. In Component Services, expand Component Services, expand Computers, and then expand My Computer.
3. On the toolbar, click the Configure My Computer button. The My Computer dialog box appears.
4. In the My Computer dialog box, click the COM Security tab.
5. Under Access Permission, click Edit Limits. The Access Permission dialog box appears.
6. Under Group or user names, click ANONYMOUS LOGON.
7. Under Permissions for ANONYMOUS LOGON, select the Remote Access check box, and then click OK.
Note: I do this in PC behind firewall so WinXP SP2 firewall is stopped.If you need to run debugging with firewall see this http://support.microsoft.com/kb/833977/
today I met very strange issue: website wroks well on local machine and test server but on production server all buttons stopped firing click event.
I did some googleing and found this article on http://geekswithblogs.net/ranganh/archive/2005/04/25/37630.aspx
You may be unable to see the button click events firing on certain machines though it may work in some other machines.
Mostly when you are developing in your local system, the events do work well. But once you move the code to production, the button click events may not fire at all.
This might rise after you install the Microsoft .NET Framework Service Pack 1, which will stop the PostBack Events on client side validation.
To resolve this issue, the aspnet_client folder needs to be reinstalled. To do that type the following from command prompt:-
This should resolve the issue.
The above command applies to .NET Framework version 1.1. For 1.0, you need to change the version to v1.0.3705 in the above command.
Thanks you Harish Ranganathan!
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