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I have noticed some strange behaviour with WinDbg. I am getting 'Kernel stack not resident' error while trying to view the thread's call stack. But i am able to see the same thread's call stack if i analyzed the same dump file using WinDbg Preview. As per MSDN doc, WinDbg Preview is using the same underlying engine as WinDbg.
Generally we use company provided virtual machines to analyze customer reported issues and at present we can't install WinDbg Preview on those VM's. Could you please help me in understanding the reason for the above mentioned behavior?
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