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Event ID: 10047 Source: RSVP

QoS RSVP has failed to find any interfaces with traffic control enabled. Install QoS traffic control services via network and dial-up connections.
See ME840463 for a hotfix applicable to Microsoft Windows 2000.
Apparently,   QoS was installed but there is no hardware for it. Check if the QoS Admission Control Service is installed and remove it if  you don't have the hardware for it.
According to a user, this problem went away after a reboot.
From a newsgroup post: "Remove ACS, or install QOS traffic controls servives (via network and dial up connections)."
From another newsgroup post: "Qos has to do with bandwith allocation to users and computer accounts. These errors look like you don't have it enabled on an interface. Go to Add remove programs, Windows setup, and uninstall it. It's really only needed for large networks.

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