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Posted on 2009-04-08
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Hi.

We have several W2K3 terminal servers in use, running various applications (commercial and home made).

Whenever we need to login on a server console (and that does not occurs often), we always have to acknowledge several popup messages that accumulated over time. Thoses messages are usually repetitives and related to a program crash.

So, is there a way to redirect all theses messages to the application log?

The answer must be outthere in the net, but I'm feeling lazy today.

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This may help also, not sure if the previous post is for the error message popup or for the send error to microsoft popup.

http://www.neowin.net/forum/index.php?showtopic=674700
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