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I have a Windows 2003 R2 2 node cluster running SQL Server 2005 SP3.

With the SQL Client tools it of course installed the Visual Studio 2005. The cluster has some services that run and are in the registered in Cluster group on the default SQL instance to restart on the other server in a failover.

They work fine after the failover on the other server.

The issue is that the failing services try first to pull up the Just In Time debugger and won't actually die. I then disassociated the JIT and now get a pop-up about this app died but no JIT debugger is available.

Until you acknowledge the JIT or pop-up, or the server goes down -- the cluster group won't come up on the other server.  I just want the process to die without bothering me.

Any ideas?
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Disable error reporting.
Rightclick my computer, properties, advanced, error reporting. Click 'Disable error reporting' and unmark the 'But notify me when errors occur'. This should work, good luck!
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