When developing Web-Applications with Asp.Net, you often run the Page with your Debugger and want to step thru the Code. If you hold too long on a line (default is 90 Seconds) you’ll get a Timeout and the Debugging stopps.
Here’s how you can disable that the Debugger stopps:
- Open the IIS Manager
- Go to the Application Pools
- Right-Click your Application Pool and select “Advanced Settings…”
- Search the Setting “Ping Enabled” under “Process Model”
- Set it to “false”
- Press Ok
- If you get an “insufficient permissions” Error or something, try to clear the “Read only” Flag from that File you see in the error Message.
That’s it. You can now debug as long as you want without getting a Timeout.