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11 Oct 17 06:25
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kernel debugging over network

Hi, I want to debug my driver over network(No Virtual machine). host computer: windows 8.1 or 10, visual studio 2013, wdk 8 target computer: windows 10, wdk8 Network adapter id in target and host computers is ok.(venid:10EC, devid:8186) computers ping together. bcdedit settings is ok in target. visual studio test computer setting is ok. But, when i run my kernel debug in visual studio, debug window displays "waiting to reconnect...". I'm tried to pause and continue, but didn't pause. I'm restart my target in this state, but nothing changed. Do I need to use Windbg tool for this debug? Is there difference? is there any solution to solve my problem?
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11 Oct 17 08:48
Scott Noone
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kernel debugging over network

I would forget about trying to do this through Visual Studio. It should work the same as WinDbg, but it's an additional layer of complexity when trying to get up and running. Did you try the troubleshooting steps listed here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/drivers/debugger/setting-up-a-n etwork-debugging-connection -scott OSR @OSRDrivers
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12 Oct 17 05:20
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kernel debugging over network

Hope this may help: http://www.osronline.com/article.cfm?article=594 nT
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