N/APosted on - 08/14/2011
I have an issue here which needs some of you expert help.
I am using Microsoft Visual Studio 2005, and when I try to debug a remote script that runs on a remote computer I get an error message. The remote computer is a member of the same domain.
Microsoft Visual Studio
Unable to attach to application ‘webdev.webserver40_00001930_01cbff77f141fe7a’ (PID: 6448) using ‘MNSCOLXP32500’. The version of dr.dll in the target does not match the one
mscordacwks.dll was built for.
Do you want to continue anyway?
Please help me solve this issue.
Microsoft Visual Studio Unable to attach to application
Check the Instance of your Internet Explorer. Double check that you enabled the debugging on it, on your Internet Explorer “Tools” go to “Internet Options” select the “Advanced Tab” Unchecked the box pertaining to “Disable Script Debugging” (For Internet Explorer only).
Doing the previous steps, the following must be checked: “Debug” attach to process. Under the dialog box, make sure that while selecting iexplore.exe under the “Attach To” textbox, “Automatic: Script code” must be displayed. Otherwise when you click “Select”, make sure that “Script” is selected under the “Debug these code types”