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I am getting the following Error Mesages that I have been unable to find KB help with:

This host can not be ACS since the Active Directory has not been properly configured via the QoS ACS management console. Please configure the subnets via the QoS ACS mangement console. Event ID: 10035 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. Event ID: 10047 Source: RSVP

Unable to add the interface Internal with the Router Manager for the IP protocol. The following error occurred: The parameter is incorrect. Event ID: 20106 Souce: RemoteAccess

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Doreen


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I am runnning Server 2000 w/ DNS and DHCP, static DSL, 2 Windows Pro clients so far.  SP  1 is installed, have not gone to SP 2 yet.  

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Your first error:  you installed the QoS Admission Control Services, and have not configured subnets for your network.
Administrative tools > QoS Admission Control
     right click on subnetwork settings
     add subnetwork
     put in the IP Network address for your subnetworks.
     ie: 192.168.1.0/24
     then configure the settings for the subnetwork.
http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/en/messages/4173.htm

second error:  more than likely will be taken care of when you configure QoS ACS.

third error: sounds like you have installed RRAS and have it configured incorrectly.
http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/en/messages/4154.htm

Could not find any better information...hope this helps.


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by:chasdw
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Your first error:  you installed the QoS Admission Control Services, and have not configured subnets for your network.
Administrative tools > QoS Admission Control
     right click on subnetwork settings
     add subnetwork
     put in the IP Network address for your subnetworks.
     ie: 192.168.1.0/24
     then configure the settings for the subnetwork.
http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/en/messages/4173.htm

second error:  more than likely will be taken care of when you configure QoS ACS.

third error: sounds like you have installed RRAS and have it configured incorrectly.
http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/en/messages/4154.htm

Could not find any better information...hope this helps.


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I apologize for not getting back to you sooner.  Thank you for your help with this.  Doreen
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