ms access - your - How to Prevent the “Please tell Microsoft about this problem” Dialog Boxes
network access permission windows server 2012 (2)
If you also want to disable the Windows “Send Error Report” dialog on your computer, right-click on the “My Computer” icon, select “Properties”, switch to the “Advanced” tab, and click on the “Error Reporting” button. In the Options dialog, select the “Disable error reporting” radio button:
Compare also http://www.codeproject.com/KB/exception/ExceptionHandling.aspx for general .NET Exception Handling sanity.
We have an error that we can't seem to find and don't have the need/resources to try and track it down. What we do need to do is just keep the freaking "Please tell Microsoft about this problem" dialog boxes from cluttering up the server.
It is from an MS-Access error (we think) but I can't find where Access is installed (I don't think it is); there is no MS Office directory on any of the drives.
If we could just stop the dialog boxes from appearing that would be great.
Spec: Window Server 2003 sp2
I don't think you realize jusy how serious this error might be. These errors pop up under severe conditions like buffer overflows, null pointer dereferences, division by zero errors, etc. Given that you mentioned that this runs on a server, you potentially (depending on your situation) have a network facing, easily exploitable program!
As others have suggested, you can turn off error-reporting system wide, or you can use the SetErrorMode API to disable it for just your application, but again I would strongly advise to investigate and fix the problem at its root!