Is there a command that will Report All Queued Windows Error Reports? This can be done manually by going to the Action Center->Expanding Maintenance->Clicking Check For Solutions, we'd like to automate this process for our server farms (a combination of 2008R2/2012R2 Servers).
This option is available in Server Manager.
On Windows Server 2008 R2, scroll down to the Resources and Support section, and click Turn on Windows Error Reporting. Then choose Yes, automatically send detailed reports or Yes, automatically send summary reports.
In Server 2012 R2, the option is also in Server Manager. Click on Local Server (or a specific server). Click on the word On or Off next to Windows Error Reporting. Then your choices are the same as above.
These options can also be set in Group Policy, which is probably the best way to do it.
I believe this command will trigger the Check for Solutions function:
This came via Process Monitor - Tested on Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 10.
There is no documentation available for this as far as I know.
It is also user sensitive (i.e. it won't send reports queued under other users).
Not sure whether this will help automation-wise as it's still a GUI-based function.
I went looking, but couldn't find any API for this (WER's API seems to be more geared for developers creating their own WER reports rather than managing the built-in system).