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Remote Debugging

Remote user-mode debugging involves two computers: the client and the server. The server is the computer that runs the application to be debugged. The server also runs the user-mode debugger or a process server. The client is the computer that remotely controls the debugging session.

Remote kernel-mode debugging involves three computers: the client, the server, and the target computer. The target computer is the computer to be debugged. The server is a computer that runs the kernel debugger or a KD connection server. The client is the computer that remotely controls the debugging session.

Choosing the Best Remote Debugging Method

Remote Debugging Through the Debugger

Controlling the User-Mode Debugger from the Kernel Debugger

Remote Debugging Through Remote.exe

Process Servers (User Mode)

KD Connection Servers (Kernel Mode)

Repeaters

Advanced Remote Debugging Scenarios

Remote Debugging on Workgroup Computers

 

 

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