Debugging local .Net Core application using RabbitMQ

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I work as a professional software developer.  Today, I found I was not able to locally debug an application written in .Net Core with Visual Studio 2019. At the point when the app tries to connect to our message queuing service, RabbitMQ, it seems like the web address of the message broker is being blocked. All I get is an exception complaining of a network timeout. It doesn't show up in my local activity that anything has been blocked, but if I uninstall CE, everything works correctly. I've tested with the latest stable and beta versions without any luck. In the past, this scenario has worked successfully.
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Jacob R

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Jacob,

Thanks for reaching out, and for giving a detailed explanation of what's happening.

1) I'm going to reach out to one of our Devs and get back to you.I suspect we'll end up grabbing debug logs, but I'll let you know when I find out.

2) In the meantime, I'll make two suggestions -
  a) reinstall CE, but without the filter. Just to see if that makes a difference. If it does, and we can find the blocked address you alluded to, then adding it to your list of Allowed Sites could clear things up.
  b) Just to cover the bases, run a malware scanner, like AdwCleaner. As you know, if something stupid is hanging around it could cause odd connection issues.

I'll get back to you as soon as I can,

Robert
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Thanks for the quick reply. I have confirmed that filtering is disabled by navigating to the test url, but I'm still encountering the issue with just accountability turned on. It's probably not a coincidence that this started happening after I was issued a new laptop at work, but just removing CE resolves the issue.
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You're welcome. Thanks for trying out that filter test.

Question from a Dev - does RabbitMQ run locally or outside of your home network? 

It looks like we'll need to collect debug logs. Call us at 877-479-1119 when it works for you. Any member of the Customer Support team will be happy to help with that.

Robert
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It is hosted outside of my local network. I'll take care of that this evening. Thanks!
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I gave the logs to Ryan H yesterday evening.