Removing SMB Bandwidth Limits causes BSOD
You create an SMB Bandwidth limit using the "Set-SMBBandwidthLimit" cmdlet.
You then attempt to remove the previously created SMB Bandwidth Limit using the "Remove-SMBBandwidthLimit" cmdlet.
The machine will then immediately blue screen with Bugcheck 0x0000003b. Analyising the memory dump that is generated presents the following:
Tested on Server 2016 Standard and Datacenter 1607 (14393.2791) - February Cumulative Update.
See here for original Technet Forum post: https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/4283c98e-4326-4a99-ac73-5357d9c60909/removing-smb-bandwidth-limits-results-in-bsod?forum=ws2016