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Category: Windows 7
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Author: BrandonYoung
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I have been trying to run a remote debugging with Visual Studio 2010 on my Windows 7 machine from Windows Server 2008 R2 machine.

I am remotely connected to the Windows 7 machine and I can access the admin$ share of that machine. But when I try to run a debug I get the error message.

Visual Studio Remote Debugging Monitor

The following error occurred: Not enough storage is available to complete this operation View Msvmon’s help for more information.

Now has anyone come across something like this?

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# Comment Id: 26029

Hi Brandon,

Visual Studio Remote Debugging Monitor

The following error occurred: Not enough storage is available to complete this operation View Msvmon’s help for more information.

In this error message as see this clearly understandable with what the message really want you to know. Means you don’t have enough memory storage available. So I suggest before you install your application or putting an application in your system make sure that you have an enough memory for your application. So the error never come ups again. Try to uninstall application in your system that’s not important in your system. and always clean your drice c and d for the extra space in your system then defrag it. this would help to maintain your enough memory space in your system.

thanks,