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Old 05-21-2016, 01:17 PM
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I'm not familiar with VBSEdit.

If you want to debug w/in Visual Studio or any debugger, it's my understanding that you'll need to set the registry key Todd's post references.

The "JIT" is for "Just In Time", which is specific to how debugging ActiveX Scripts works in Windows.

If you don't set the registry key, you won't be able to intercept the script interpreter and tell it to go into Debug mode.

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