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Error: The Microsoft Visual Studio Remote Debugging Monitor (MSVSMON.EXE) does not appear to be running on the remote computer. This error message means that Visual Studio could not find the correct instance of the Visual Studio Remote Debugging Monitor on the remote computer.How do I run a remote debugger in Visual Studio?
Make sure the remote debugger is running on the target machine (If it's not, search for Remote Debugger in the Start menu). The remote debugger window looks like this. In Visual Studio, start debugging (Debug > Start Debugging, or F5). If prompted, enter network credentials to connect to the remote machine.How to debug a server in Visual Studio 2017?
Next step, go to your computer (Visual Studio 2017), On Debug Menu, click to attach the debugger to process. Enter your server and port (server.com:port) and refresh the list of process, it will require user and password, mark Show process from all users.What versions of Windows does the remote debugger support?
The remote debugger is supported on Windows 7 and newer (not phone) and versions of Windows Server starting with Windows Server 2008 Service Pack 2. For a complete list of requirements, see Requirements. Debugging between two computers connected through a proxy is not supported.