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I've made an ASP MVC web application and build and test the application on localhost. On localhost I've no exception, no bug in my code.

Now I've publicized that application on Azure but here I've an exception. I don't know where exactly the exception is thrown. Can I debug the Azure site for find and solve the exception?

Update: I've tried remote debugging but I've got this error: See image.

On the Help button I've not much information about the error.

Thanks in advance.

What I have tried:

I don't know how I can try it. Can you explain it for me?
Updated 15-Jun-16 2:57am

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Just Google for debug site in azure[^] and you'll find a ton of stuff on debugging on Azure. What you do depends on your app type in Azure.
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Hein Pauwelyn 15-Jun-16 8:58am    
I've tried that but the firewall blocks everything.
Ben J. Boyle 15-Jun-16 9:00am    
So change the firewall rules. If it's your own firewall, you should be able to do that, if a company firewall talk to your network people about adding an exception, even if it means having your supervisor authorize it.
Hein Pauwelyn 15-Jun-16 9:07am    
And where could I do that? I've looking for hours but nothing found.
Ben J. Boyle 15-Jun-16 9:11am    
You'll have to give us more to go on for us to be able to answer that question - which operating system are you using? Does your AV solution include a firewall?
Hein Pauwelyn 15-Jun-16 9:25am    
I've just created an web application by using the add button on azure. See image.

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