active directory – Get-ADComputer Cmdlet Not Working On Windows 2016 Server

I am writing this because I am stuck on a problem involving running Get-ADComputer Cmdlet on a Windows Server 2016 system. The system is connected to an AD network, already has a pretty open firewall configuration set, and does not seem to have anything else noticeably odd going on with it.

The exact command I am trying to run is:

Get-ADComputer -Filter * -Property *

The general output received is:

Get-ADComputer : Unable to contact the server. This may be because this server does not exist, it is currently down, or it does not have the Active Directory Web Services running.

I have tried a pretty large set of troubleshooting such as going through firewall, ensuring AD is connected, trying to ensure the AD server is running ADWS, and etc.

I feel like I am not getting anywhere at all as this has been a problem for me for the past couple days. I am hoping someone more skilled with Windows and AD systems can provide me some feedback, sanity check, or any general comments.

My end goal is simply to dump the AD to list all computers, servers, etc within AD and currently the only system I have access to with AD is a Windows Server 2016 machine.

Thanks for your help,

Exchange 2016 CU17 Shows Incorrect Name In Add/Remove Programs

Our Current Exchange Server 2016 (CU3) was running and last week upgraded to Latest CU17

Issue we have noticed below:

After installing Exchange 2016 CU17,we have notice that there is a cosmetic issue with how the update is listed in Add/Remove programs. In the screenshot below, note that Exchange 2016 Cumulative Update 3 is listed, but the version number is not the CU17 version number.
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For reference the versions of the relevant CUs are shown below. Note that the above screenshot shows the CU17 version, but the text string shows CU3.

Exchange 2016 CU3 is 15.01.0544.027
Exchange 2016 CU17 is 15.01.2044.004
as the version information shown in Exchange Management Shell is correct. On the Exchange server, we can check the version information using something like:
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Note that PowerShell shows the correct version information for CU17 – 15.01.2044.004

This issue is discussed in KB XXX “Cumulative Update 3” appears in Programs and Features after you install Exchange Server 2016 Cumulative Update 17.

Also in our vulnerability tools show CU3 in Outdated version,

Please advise

what was your favourite movie of 2016 ?

My favourite movie was Mechanic Resurrection….

How to upgrade Windows Server 2012 R2 Datacenter to Windows Server 2019 R2 Datacenter that has SharePoint 2016 server installed?

The best approach is to build brand new Windows Server 2019 VMs. Join them to the existing SharePoint farm, transfer over the Service Instances, repoint DNS/load balancer as required, then remove the 2012 R2 servers from the farm.

Upgrading Windows Server in-place is highly discouraged.

catalina – Strange screen on MacBook Air (2016)

Recently my MacBook Air (2016) has been randomly giving me this screen. Longest it’s ever lasted was a minute. One time I had to shut down the computer to get it to go away, another time it went away on its own. Does anyone know if there is a quick fix?

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error – Uploads/Downloads Cannot Exceed Large File Chunk Size – SharePoint 2016 On-Premise

We recently upgraded from SharePoint 2013. We used a fresh install, new servers, and restored a backup from the old server. The current stack looks like this:

  • Application/Web Server – Windows 2019, SharePoint 2016

  • Database Server – Windows 2019, SQL Server 2017

  • Authentication via Kerberos in an enterprise environment


  1. Initially, file upload/download via both WebDav and Web GUI were limited to 5 MB.
  2. Subsite creation also failed.


  1. Recreated web application
  2. Ran health analyzer
  3. We explicitly set content and request length values in web.config and machine.config
  4. The 5 MB limit came up for the large-file-chunk-size. We made it larger by running the following:

stsadm.exe -o setproperty -pn large-file-chunk-size -pv 50000000

Current State

  • Files up to 50 MB work now.
  • Subsite creation works now.


We have a limited workaround. We have media files that exceed 200 MB, but I’m concerned about performance implications of increasing the chunk size that far. It seems clear that this behavior is out of the norm. Files should be allowed more than one chunk.

What else do I need to look at regarding this issue?

microsoft office – Problema con la generación del índice en Word 2016 con los títulos cortos

Estoy un poco desesperado con este tema, pero no consigo que Word 016 genere decentemente un índice en base a mi documento. El caso es que todo es generado correctamente a excepción de aquellos títulos que son “cortos”. No depende del número de caracteres sino del tamaño que necesita para ellos (creo). Fijaos en mi ejemplo… El caso real es una sección cuyo tútilo debe ser “Carros”. He probado varias combinaciones y las únicas que generan bien el índice son aquellas que necesitan más espacio del empleado para la palabra “Carros”. He probado añadiendo espacios delante y detrás de la palabra y nada de nada.

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A la que pongo la palabra “Carros” el índice sale sin los puntos discontínuos. También pasa con “Curros” “Corros… Creo que tiene que ver con que la palabra es muy corta pero no sé porqué sucede eso.

A alguien más le ha pasado?

E-Waste Management Rules 2016

E-Waste Management Rules
Before the foundation of the E-Waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 2011, e-waste was established under the Hazardous Waste Management (HWM) Rules. Under the Environmental Protection Act 1986, the E-waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 2011, were ordered and got viable from first May 2012. These Rules were brought into power to empower recuperation as well as reuse of suitable material from e-waste, in this manner reducing the dangerous waste bound for removal, to guarantee the naturally stable administration of a wide range of e-waste and to address the safety and condition dealing with, moving, putting away, and reusing of e-waste just because the idea of ​​Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) was presented which made producers at risk for the safe removal of electronic products.
From that point, the E-Waste (Management) Rules, 2016, were authorized in the 2011 Rules’ supersession and became effective from first October 2016. Likewise, a maker, vendor, refurbisher, and Producer Responsibility Organization (PRO) was brought under the ambit of these Rules. PRO is an expert association approved or aggregately or independently by makers, which can assume the liability for assortment and channelization of e-waste created from their items to guarantee naturally stable administration. A choice was surrendered for the setting of a PRO as an extra channel for the usage of EPR by Producers. Further, the assortment component-based methodology was embraced for an assortment of e-waste by Producers under EPR. Besides, the appropriateness of the Rules was extended to cover segments, consumables, parts, and extras of EEE.

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sql server 2016 – How do you generate random row order in a subquery?

I know other answers here (and here) say to order by newid(). However if I am selecting top 1 in a subquery – so as to generate a random selection per row in the outer query – using newid() yields the same result each time.

That is:

select *,
    (select top 1 (value) from lookupTable where (code) = 'TEST') order by newid())
from myTable

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