This article was previously published under Q309333
The following are known issues with the Microsoft Common Language Runtime (CLR) Debugging Services:
ICorDebugEval::Abort cannot stop a function evaluation when the process is stopped.
ICorDebugEval::Abort works only when the process is running. If the process is stopped, the abort request is not honored.
ICorDebugManagedCallback ::UnloadModule is not called for all the loaded modules when the program terminates on Microsoft Windows 9x-based computers.
On a Windows 9x-based computer, the developers of the managed debugger/profiler tools should not expect that, for each module that is loaded into the runtime and for which the ICorDebugManagedCallback::LoadModule is called, the corresponding ICorDebugManagedCallback ::UnloadModule callback will be called as well.
Microsoft has confirmed that this is a bug in the Microsoft products that are listed at the beginning of this article.