VS 2010 - Debugging Starts Slow On Localhost

Sep 21, 2012

All of a sudden my debugging is taking forever to start on localhost (several minutes). It also takes a long time to return to the vwd after I stop debugging.

I haven't done anything that I can think of that would change anything (it has worked in the past, although the slow stop may have been there for some time.

The only thing I did was to add another user to the membership db.

I think it's a problem with starting the localhost development server.

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