I found this fix on ServerFault but I’m reposting it here: This problem may occur due to low memory on the remote server. For me, doing the following fixed the problem: Go to the Experience tab, and disable the following: Desktop Composition Visual Styles Persistent bitmap caching Go to the Display tab: Set a smaller resolution Lower the color depth (for …
It appears that you have to set this up with PowerShell. Regular DHCP replication only replicates at the Scope level, whereas Filters are set at the Server level. Run this PowerShell command on your secondary DHCP server.
Here’s how to connect to a non-standard port from windows command line:
I’ve found 2 ways to delete a WSD printer port.