Since I installed the Windows update that remove HomeGroup (on my home computer), I have had various levels of dysfunction of the kernel debugger. I had originally used HomeGroup for controlling all access and sharing.
I am debugging by pressing F5 from VS, using a Hyper-V Windows 10 VM. Everything has worked flawlessly for as long as I can remember prior to the update.
The current state is: VS and OS (both host and client) are latest, not including VS 2019 preview. Installing the provisioning tools works fine, provisioning goes without a hitch, and minifilter driver deploys properly. Oh, and I got my local shared folder working with some effort.
What is not working is:
I've had similar problems in the past due to things like firewall issues (Internal virtual switch is set to Public, which blocks ICMP and other protocols, but cannot access to set to Private), but I have disabled all firewalls to no avail.
Any suggestions? The next step for me will be to start with a new VM, install Windows, provision, etc. and hope the problem is not with Windows. Any ideas would be appreciated
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