On Debugging Virtual Applications Part 4: The Case of the Missing Dump

I’ve been blogging lately (well . . . not exactly lately) about debugging virtual applications that misbehave – whether by hanging, crashing, or spewing some strange error message. In discussing the use of tools, one question I often get is the relationship of attaching the debuggers to the virtual application inside or outside the virtual…

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On Debugging Virtual Applications: Part 3 - Situations where a Debugger is most needed for Virtual Applications

In parts 1 and 2 of this series, I’ve covered some of the basic fundamentals of the concept of debugging compiled software code which, for the most part, has been a black box for many working with virtual applications. In part 3, I would like to now move the discussion towards those situations that warrant…

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MED-V V2: How to Enable Advanced Logging

In MED-V V2 all events logs are stored on the MED-V Host (Windows 7) and the MED-V Guest (Windows XP) using the “MEDV” event log. By default the event logs are set to Error and Warning events. Additional Debug level logging can be enabled via the registry in both the guest and the host by…

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