I'm trying to trace a system timeout (probably RPC related) that kills the debugging session. It occurs right after IDA loads and rebases an executable. It happens only when debugging a 64-bit program using IDA's remote debugger in the same machine as the IDA cient. This on a Windows 7 SP1 system.
I believe the JIT option in IDA (though it refuses to 'stick') takes effect only for the current executable. Assuming it even gets activated, it doesn't trap this particular error since it happens in some other non-debugged routine.
I'm still not sure how a JIT debugging would help in this case, but I'd like to give it a try. So, is there a way to set up IDA as the system's JIT debugger?
HKLM\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS NT\CURRENTVERSION\AEDEBUG points to vsjitdebugger now but I'm not sure if and how IDA can be defined there instead.
Thanks for any pointers.