In the solution there is only one active web.config file.
I had only added the parameter because I wanted a stablized environnment over the SDLC of the solution if others would be generated; there were several parameters added that I didn't want overriden; so I removed the parameter to overcome the debugging issue for the time being because there weren't others.
I understood the purpose, but don't understand why it impacts local debug unless the a special web.config is being generated for that purpose that isn't apparent and there is an conflict. The question is being asked to determine if it's a system defect.
I did a test on silverlight application in VS 2008. But failed to reproduce the debug issue by specifying <location allowOverride="false">.
I created a new project with silverlight application project and web project.
When I starts web project with debug, I can see IE process was loaded into debugger in the Debug / Windows / Processes window.
The debug type is silverlight, which can be set in the Project Properties / Web page / Debuggers / Silverlight.
In the Modules window, I can see the silverlight application and its symbol is loaded correctly.
Since you have no other web.config files in subdirectories, I can't imagine what will affect after setting <location allowOverride="false">.
Is it possible for you to create a simplified repro project to send it to me? My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
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