Debugging Tools for Windows


You can configure your HTTP-based symbol store to act as a proxy between client computers and other symbol stores. The implementation is through an Internet Server Application Programming Interface (ISAPI) filter called SymProxy (Symproxy.dll). The SymProxy server can be used as a gateway computer to the Internet or other sources within your company network.

Example of SymProxy Configuration

SymProxy is useful in many situations. For example:

To install SymProxy, you must manually copy the files to the correct location, configure the registry, choose network security credentials, and configure Internet Information Services (IIS). To ensure that your HTTP symbol store is properly configured, see HTTP Symbol Stores.

This section includes:

Installing SymProxy

Configuring the Registry

Choosing Network Security Credentials

Configuring IIS for SymProxy

Setting Up Exclusion Lists

Dealing with Unavailable Symbol Stores

Checking and Updating Status

Handling File Pointers

Caching Acquired Symbol Files

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