Policy Change Event: 619

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Process Tracking » Policy Change Event: 619

Event ID 619 – Quality of Service Policy Changed

Event ID 619
Category Policy Change
Type Success Audit

Event ID 619 is logged when there is a change in the Quality of Service policy. The QoS Policy acts as a central point of management for network bandwidth across the entire Active Directory infrastructure. The QoS profile settings are shared with the Group Policy.

This log data provides the following information:

  • User Name
  • Domain Name
  • Logon ID
  • Changes Made

Why does event ID 619 need to be monitored?

Latency sensitive and mission critical applications compete with lower priority traffic for network bandwidth. Policy-based QoS enables the control of the available network, based on applications, users, and computers. Thus, any changes made to the QoS Policy need to be monitored, and if they are unplanned or unauthorized, must be investigated immediately.

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Event 619 applies to the following operating systems:

  • Windows Server 2000
  • Windows 2003 and XP