08/04/2010 Leave a comment
Check both remote and local machine Windows Firewall entries.
In Remote Machine:
Open and Check Remote debugger monitor and go to Tools -> Permissions and grant the user’s permission to Allow Debug.
One thing that can be missing is File and Printer sharing on the remote machine should open the following ports: TCP 139, TCP 445, UDP 137, and UDP 138.
Even if you have configured properly remote debugger and set permission correct but still getting “access denied” error when remote debugging . Possibly, your account for network connection is differnt from as server remote debuggers defined user. you may store a credental for target server before remote debugging and its username/password not match servers user for debugging.
You can remove stored networks passwords for specific targets in your client computer.
Control Panel->User Accounts->manage your networks passwords
opens “Stored Usernames and Passwords” windows.
Select account and click remove button .Try again for remote debugging.