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Event ID: 15 Source: AppleTalk

No adapter is configured to be the default adapter. Appletalk was not initialized on any adapter. Services over AppleTalk e.g. Print Server, File Server etc. will not be functional unless a default adapter is specified.
In my case, the server had 2 NICs that were once enabled and one of the NICs was subsequently disabled. AppleTalk was originally bound to the disabled NIC. I resolved this problem by binding AppleTalk to the enabled NIC.
See MSW2KDB for information about this event.
If you, do not use a Macintosh in your network, you can get rid of this message in the following way:
1. Go to Control Panel -> Add/remove programs -> Windows Components -> other network and print services, and remove both AppleTalk services (file sharing and print), then reboot.
2. Go to Control Panel -> Network and dialup -> <your connection> -> properties and from the components window remove the AppleTalk services.
I found that the user had unchecked the Appletalk protocol.

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