> The machine is NOT locked up. Just GPF'd on screen. I have to travel 15
> minutes to click an OK button and to restart the app. But the rest of the
> machine continues on without a worry.
I'll respond to your other post in a second. One word of advice I can
give to people who have remote machines:
TURN OF DR. WATSON VISUAL NOTIFICATION
There, with that said, lets see how to do it:
1. Open Regedt32.
2. Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\DrWatson
3. If the key above doesn't exist, create it.
4. If you do not have a VisualNotification value under the above key
create it, type REG_DWORD, and set the value to 0.
There are many other Dr. Watson settings you can change, although
I won't get into them.
After setting the above, when a program crashes, it just crashses.
No VISUAL (click ok) notification is giving. If the program was
running as a service, you can now restart the service from remote.