Retrieving the server version by SNMP returns the wrong version number for Windows 2016 Server. I'm getting "6.3" instead of the expected "10.0". Using SNMP OID 220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.0 to retrieve the version.
Please fix2 votes
With the change to Server Core or MinShell as install options, MS should not default the way you interact with the server to the old command line. It should be PowerShell. I do this on my current servers by changing the registry, but I'm not sure why in 2015 MS doesn't do this by default.218 votes
Thanks for the feedback. This is something that has been suggested frequently, and we are hearing you. At this time no decision has been made either way.
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