There is a WinApi bug related to 32-bit applications and large memory usage. Since VSTalk runs inside VisualStudio, which of course grabs as much memory as possible it's a very possible case.
If you saw attention "Invalid access to memory location", please install hotfix and read a complete explanation on

I dig through code via .NET Reflector. agsXMPP code indirectly uses GetAdaptersAddresses() in NetworkInterface.GetAllNetworkInterfaces() call which is needed for asking your dns about SRV records, and that func returns ERROR_NOACCESS (998) in described circumstances. After such error the VSTalk has no way to recover .

Last edited Dec 6, 2013 at 11:09 AM by Irdis, version 8


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