Just-In-Time debugging launches Visual Studio automatically when an exception or crash occurs in an application that is running outside Visual Studio. This enables you to test your application when Visual Studio is not running, and begin debugging with Visual Studio when a problem occurs.
Just-In-Time debugging works for Windows desktop apps. It does not work for Windows Universal apps, and it does not work for managed code that is hosted in a native application, such as Visualizers.
Step 1. If you are running a web app in Internet Explorer, disable script debugging.
Step2. You can enable or disable Just-In-Time debugging from the Visual Studio Tools / Options dialog box
Step3. To disable Just-In-Time debugging by editing the registry
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