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Disabling the pop-up window when an exception occurs

Hi,

I have a telephony application that needs to run 24x7 on Win2K.  To facilitate this, I use a software called NetIQ which monitors the application process (.exe) and will restart the app if this process is gone.

Currently, when the app hits an exception, I am presented with pop up window to click "OK" or "CANCEL".  Clicking "OK" will terminate application process and restart will take effect via NetIQ.  Is there a way to disable the pop-up window when an exception occurs so no human intervention is needed for application restart?  Thanks!

Peter
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IanAtkinCommented:
This sounds like an Operating System error message? If it is, i'm sorry, you will not be able to remove the error popup on fatal exception.

Why don't you try to find out -why- you are getting the error? Perhaps an Ugrade or Patch is required?

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hendrik999Commented:
Disabling the OS error messages is as far as I know not possible. The only thing I can come up with is to write a Windows Service (e.g. in Visuabl Basic) that constantly is looking for these kind of error messageboxes and closes them automatically.
This is possible but will cost a fair amount of time to write this application.

Kind regards, Hendrik
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