I have a problem which shows up sporadically on Windows Server (Cannot bind TCP Port but netstat does not show any usage). I think I would be able to look at the kernel structures. For this I would like to LiveKD snapshot the running machine.
In order to do this I would need to
bcdedit /debug on and
bcdedit /dbgsettings LOCAL. What I wonder is: what effect this has (besides enabling debugging). Does this affect performance, footprint or stability of the server or is it ‚only‘ a security protection?
(I don’t use bitlocker, secure boot or credential vault on those images)