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How is remote debugging allowed on Microsoft SQL Management studio?

How is remote debugging allowed on Microsoft SQL Management studio?

How is remote debugging allowed on Microsoft SQL Management studio?

(OP)
This is working with Sql Server version 2008 R2

Here are the other versions of software that might be helpful:



How is remote debugging allowed on Microsoft SQL Management studio?

This question might be misunderstood. I am not sitting at the computer where Microsoft SQL Management studio resides and I am attempting to debug a remote database. That is not the issue I am having at all. Instead, I have remoted into a client's server by their request and also I am trying to debug an issue they are having. You see, this is how things are evolving in our world. More and more there are situations where a developer is working from home and has to remote into a client's system do get some work done.

When I open up their studio software on their side, if I try to debug or execute a command, I get this error message:



I want to be able to instruct them, on their side, what they need to do to make this problem go away. Please advise.

RE: How is remote debugging allowed on Microsoft SQL Management studio?

Give them your IP address so that they can add it to their firewall's "allow list".

...Or have them establish a VPN connection for you so that you can appear on their internal network.

RE: How is remote debugging allowed on Microsoft SQL Management studio?

(OP)
That seems like a good suggestion.

Thank you.

I will let you know what happens.

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