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RSVPPERF.DLL appearing as Event id 1008 in app log every second

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Hi, I am getting a perf error against rsvpperf.dll on a 2000 server, I have just applied service pack 4 which I think caused it. Any ideas??

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Also check if this would help

http://www.jsiinc.com/SUBM/tip6200/rh6218.htm

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