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  1. #1
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    Dec 1969

    Default IIS Script debugger problem

    I have a problem with IIS 5 running on Windows 2000 server. If my script throws an error it appears to freeze up pages on the site so even HTML pages cannot be executed. However, if I close the debugger all pages execute fine.<BR><BR>Does anyone know if it is possible to disable the script debugger and have error messages displayed client-side only. I also use a NT4 machine running IIS4 and this appears to happen by default (although I did not configure it)<BR><BR>Thanks<BR><BR>Micheal

  2. #2
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    Dec 1969

    Default RE: IIS Script debugger problem

    I&#039;m no expert on this, but the option should be in the web sites properties in the Internet Information Services Control Panel. If you click on the home directory tab and then in the application settings section, click on configuration. In the configuration, there is a tab labeled App Debugging. The options are there. Hope this helps.<BR><BR>Josh<BR>http://www.gtsdomain.com

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