Debugging Targets on Multiple Computers

The debugger can debug multiple dump files or live user-mode applications at the same time. See Debugging Multiple Targets for details.

You can debug multiple live targets even if the processes are on different systems. Simply start a process server on each system, and then use the -premote parameter with .attach (Attach to Process) or .create (Create Process) to identify the proper process server.

The current or active system is the system currently being debugged. If you use the .attach or .create command again without specifying the -premote parameter, the debugger will attach to, or create, a process on the current system.

For details on how to control such a debugging session, see Debugging Multiple Targets.

 

 

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