Tags: Debugging

Server Error 0x800004005 Request timed out.

Benjamin Perkins C#

I wrote this post and this lab about the impact of having debug=true in your web.config file.  The fact is, when you are running in a production environment, you do not want to have debug=true.  However, I was writing a series of NETSH tracing posts: Capturing a NETSH network trace Analyze NETSH traces with Wireshark […]

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Capture a NETSH network trace

Debugging Benjamin Perkins

Here are the official details on this one.  I was needing to do this and realized that I had never written a post on this one.  Although we are moving into the cloud and this isn’t needed so much anymore, all the IT pros who will continue to work with Windows Server within their own […]

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Object reference not set to an instance of an object

Debugging Benjamin Perkins

Just documenting something I did today.  I was receiving the error shown in Figure 1. “??? has encountered an unexpected error:  The requested action could not be completed.  Details:  Object reference not set to an instances of an object.” Figure 1, Object reference not set to an instances of an object exception I needed to […]

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Capture a StackOverflowException and make a dump 0xc00000fd

WinDbg Benjamin Perkins

I read in this article that “Starting with the .NET Framework 2.0, you can’t catch a StackOverflowException object with a try/catch block, and the corresponding process is terminated by default. Consequently, you should write your code to detect and prevent a stack overflow.”  That is the reason why the following code was crashing my process […]

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