I’m having problems launching an application with VS2017 on Windows 10. Starting in Debug mode, a popup apperars with the message:
If I launch without debug, it runs. If I run it and then attach to the process, it attaches.
If I run with administrative privileges, then it debugs (but I can’t develop with administrative privileges). I’m owner of the folder where is source code and where project is built.
It works like a charm on previous PC with Windows 7.
You need to check “Use Managed Compatibility Mode” in Tools|Options|Debugging|General.
In the end, i found the solution. The problem is ConEmu set in “Aggressive mode” and as default terminal: it capture my application execution and do some unknown interference.
I removed that setting, and my app work like a charm.
In my case this was the result of my virus software quarantining the executable as “Malware” because I had used a component in it that connected to the internet. Once I listed my project folder as excluded from malware detection everything ran just fine.
I discovered this issue in Visual Studio 2017, and I found that excluding my code folders from my virus scanner (MalwareBytes) solved the problem in my case.