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Old January 22nd, 2004, 08:52 AM
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Default Registeresd JIT debugger is not avaialble

I have created a setup file to execute a VB.NET application developed using VS.NET 2003.. I want to execute the applciation on a client computer,, so i have installed the microsoft .NET framework and also SDK.

While i am trying to execute the exe file ont he client computer i am getting an error message..

"Application has generated an Exception that could not be handled..

Process id=0x5d4(1492) Thread id=0x4c8(1224)

Registered JIT debugger is not available..An attempt to launch a jit debugger with the following command resulted in an error code of 0x2(2).please check the computer settings.

cordbg.exe !a 0x5d4"

Can anyone help me how to solve this problem

thank u.

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Did you ever get your problem resolved? I have the same problem with a DELL.

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I ran into this problem and found your posting through a Google search. This is how I fixed it:

1. Go to: Settings >> Control Panel >> Administrative Tools >> Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 Configuration

2. The .NET 1.1 Configuration module will appear. Click on the "Runtime Security Policy" folder on the left hand side of the screen.

3. Click on the "Adjust Security Zone" link in the body of the screen.

4. Click "Next."

5. Click the "Local Intranet" security button (since our application is distributed through the company intranet.)

6. Adjusted the security to "FULL."

This solved this problem for us and thought it might help you out!


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hi..all
i m also facing the same problem.. but.. the above solution is not working.. is any one .. find something different..

thanks in advance
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I tried this solution on my system, that's displaying the same error, and it is still not working.

I don't know how to get the cordbg.exe option out of the runtime configuration.

Thanks,
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quote:Originally posted by Trebuchet
 I ran into this problem and found your posting through a Google search.  This is how I fixed it:

1.  Go to: Settings >> Control Panel >> Administrative Tools >> Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 Configuration

2.  The .NET 1.1 Configuration module will appear.  Click on the "Runtime Security Policy" folder on the left hand side of the screen.

3.  Click on the "Adjust Security Zone" link in the body of the screen.

4.  Click "Next."  

5.  Click the "Local Intranet" security button (since our application is distributed through the company intranet.)

6.  Adjusted the security to "FULL."

This solved this problem for us and thought it might help you out!  


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Same thing is happening to my DELL laptop. ??

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I have this same problem on my dell 5100 laptop. I am not on a local intranet. I still don't see a solution to the problem

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I am having the same problem. Getting the same error, and no results with the one suggestion. Anyone else?

What the hell were you thinking...?"
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I too have a Dell PC and suffered the same error. I think that there had been some corruption and I resolved it by reinstalling the .NET SDK Framework.

HTH

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Just out of curiosity, how many of you have SP2 installed if you're running XP Pro?

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