3 votesAcey Man commented
Please escalate this. In practice when typing fast due to "rollover" a shift-space is often keyed even when not explicitly intended. Since a shifted space is a valid input in all known shells, peoples typing cadence typically doesn't avoid this pattern, ergo it doesn't prove to be an issue until a shell fails to honor a shift-space. It then becomes a major annoyance.
16 votesAcey Man commented
This is killing us for our subdomains zones that are delegated to Route 53. How has MSFT not gotten more pushback from this? My team is not in control of the AD/DNS configurations but from what I can tell this is NOT related to the new ability to control 'recursion scope' that's offered in Windows Server 2016 -- it's just flat broken.