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28 Feb, 2019 Commented Great idea - totally missed that as an option. 🙂
28 Feb, 2019 Commented Glad to hear you got to the bottom of it. Just for the sake of completeness I had a bit of a dig in the MP and noted that the Windows Domain Controller class is based upon the Windows Server class. This would mean that although the WMI query you mentioned wouldn't return a value you would still get an instance of the WIndows Server class because in normal operation the discovery for the Domain Controller (which uses a different query) would create both the Domain Controller class instance and the Windows Server class instance. In your case this wasn't happening because of the override which prevented both class instances from being created.
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