QoS Policy Update

Updated: April 17, 2008

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

Quality of Service (QoS) policies are applied to a user or computer account by using Group Policy. The QoS policies are applied to a Group Policy object (GPO), which is then linked to an Active Directory container, such as a domain, site, or organizational unit (OU), that contains the user or computer account.

Events

Event ID Source Message

16500

Tcpip

Computer QoS policies successfully refreshed. No changes detected.

16501

Tcpip

Computer QoS policies successfully refreshed. Policy changes detected.

16502

Tcpip

User QoS policies successfully refreshed. No changes detected.

16503

Tcpip

User QoS policies successfully refreshed. Policy changes detected.

16512

Tcpip

Selective application of QoS policies based on domain or non-domain network category has been disabled on this machine. QoS policies will be applied to all network interfaces.

16602

Tcpip

A computer QoS policy "%2" has an invalid version number. This policy will not be applied.

16603

Tcpip

A user QoS policy "%2" has an invalid version number. This policy will not be applied.

16604

Tcpip

A computer QoS policy "%2" does not specify a DSCP value or throttle rate. This policy will not be applied.

16605

Tcpip

A user QoS policy "%2" does not specify a DSCP value or throttle rate. This policy will not be applied.

16606

Tcpip

Exceeded the maximum number of computer QoS policies. The computer QoS policy "%2" and subsequent computer QoS policies will not be applied.

16607

Tcpip

Exceeded the maximum number of user QoS policies. The user QoS policy "%2" and subsequent user QoS policies will not be applied.

16608

Tcpip

A computer QoS policy "%2" potentially conflicts with other QoS policies. See documentation for rules about which policy will be applied at packet send time.

16609

Tcpip

A user QoS policy "%2" potentially conflicts with other QoS policies. See documentation for rules about which policy will be applied at packet send time.

16610

Tcpip

A computer QoS policy "%2" was ignored because the application path cannot be processed. The application path may be totally invalid, or has an invalid drive letter, or contains network-mapped drive letter.

16611

Tcpip

A user QoS policy "%2" was ignored because the application path cannot be processed. The application path may be totally invalid, or has an invalid drive letter, or contains network-mapped drive letter.

16700

Tcpip

Computer QoS policies failed to refresh. Error code: %2.

16701

Tcpip

User QoS policies failed to refresh. Error code: %2.

16702

Tcpip

QoS failed to open the computer-level root key for QoS policies. Error code: %2.

16703

Tcpip

QoS failed to open the user-level root key for QoS policies. Error code: %2.

16704

Tcpip

A computer QoS policy exceeds the maximum allowed name length. The offending policy is listed under the computer-level QoS policy root key, with index %2.

16705

Tcpip

A user QoS policy exceeds the maximum allowed name length. The offending policy is listed under the user-level QoS policy root key, with index %2.

16706

Tcpip

A computer QoS policy has a zero length name. The offending policy is listed under the computer-level QoS policy root key, with index %2.

16707

Tcpip

A user QoS policy has a zero length name. The offending policy is listed under the user-level QoS policy root key, with index %2.

16708

Tcpip

QoS failed to open the registry subkey for a computer QoS policy. The policy is listed under the computer-level QoS policy root key, with index %2.

16709

Tcpip

QoS failed to open the registry subkey for a user QoS policy. The policy is listed under the user-level QoS policy root key, with index %2.

16710

Tcpip

QoS failed to read or validate the "%2" field for the computer QoS policy "%3".

16711

Tcpip

QoS failed to read or validate the "%2" field for the user QoS policy "%3".

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