How to list out binaries for which symbol loading failed

Use ‘lml’ to list all dlls whose symbols has been loaded/failed to load, the list will also include dlls which failed symbol loading. See sample…

0:000> lml
start end module name
00000000`03d90000 00000000`040e3000 Test1 T (no symbols
00000000`77d40000 00000000`77eb3000 kernel32 (private pdb symbols) c:symkernel32.pdbF0EC676938D745549823C7204D03B07B2kernel32.pdb
00000000`77ec0000 00000000`77ffc000 ntdll (private pdb symbols) c:symntdll.pdbC5666A2C21444EFAA53EB4F1CFBE56D22ntdll.pdb
00000001`55600000 00000001`55801000 Test2 (export symbols) Test2.dll
00000001`80000000 00000001`806c2000 Test3 T (no symbols
000007ff`57040000 000007ff`57071000 iphlpapi (private pdb symbols) c:symiphlpapi.pdb487BEF7A066A4E5DB7C0230E9B8564CA2iphlpapi.pdb
000007ff`57140000 000007ff`573c5000 ole32 (private pdb symbols) c:symole32.pdb7DDC15A822B0415CAD8C3BC2BF86C3082ole32.pdb
000007ff`77310000 000007ff`77340000 ws2_32 (private pdb symbols) c:symws2_32.pdb89321AB9C6CD443FB74F07BA57B507452ws2_32.pdb
000007ff`7fd30000 000007ff`7fed0000 rpcrt4 (private pdb symbols) c:symrpcrt4.pdb8852BC6255D84F43A64A5FA4BE7D74162rpcrt4.pdb

I’ve highlighted the dlls which failed symbol loading.

Use ‘lme’ if you want to list only those dlls which failed symbol loading. See sample…
0:000> lme
start end module name
00000000`03d90000 00000000`040e3000 Test1 T (no symbols
00000001`55600000 00000001`55801000 Test2 (export symbols) Test2.dll
00000001`80000000 00000001`806c2000 Test3 T (no symbols)

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