03-04-2022 06:12 AM
My users have reported that visual studio is very slow to open, which seriously affects the work of the development team. Of course, after I turned off the malware function of XDR, the user returned to normal. I set the visual studio installation path to allow operation in the malware policy, and found no results. Has anyone encountered such a problem?
03-11-2022 02:00 AM
You can generate trapd.log in the relevant terminal for analysis. My terminal analysis result is that VS is slow because XDR detects Citrix and causes VS to get stuck and crash. It is recommended to find the corresponding crash file name or path and whiten the BTP module
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