I'm using a Windows 2003 Server install as my software development workstation. Every now and then I'll get application crashes and sometimes I don't get notified of the crashes at all by the Error Reporting Service, at least not until I re-log on to Windows. I've been googling for a way to disable this and the only thing I've managed to find is the name of the feature (Queued Error Reporting) and it's justification (which makes a lot of sense in a server environment, but it's useless and annoying on a dev machine).
Is there any way to disable this behavior and make it act more like the traditional Workstation versions of Windows handle it (show error at the moment, not at next boot)?
Using Windows 2003 Standard SP2, and I have the "Disable Error Reporting" option set.
Edit to clarify: This is a development machine. I want to be able to disable reporting errors on startup and make them appear when they happen. It's very annoying to launch an app 10 times and not know why it isn't showing up, only to find out later after logging on that it was crashing. I just want this aspect of Win Server to behave like a regular Windows install. Just so people stop posting the obvious, here's the settings dialog: