HRESULT 0x8007000d,Get-Printer

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      Hello,

      My purpose is to migrate a printer queue / port automaticaly whith powershell command. I have a script for this. I work well except in one situation. I am trying to execute the following Get-Printer command: Get-Printer -ComputerName "serverB" -Name "*myPrinterName*"

      I execute this command from server A (0 printer queue) which interrogates server B (more than 6 000 printer queues) :

      Get-Printer -ComputerName "serverB" -Name "*myPrinterName*"

      • From server B to server B (so localhost), the order goes well.
      • From server A to a server “C” (10 printer Queues), the order goes well.
      • From server A to THE server B with 6000 printer Queues, Powershell returns an error :

      I did not find anything conclusive on the internet. I found only this topic, but there is no answer for my problem.

      I suppose this error occurred when printer queues objects are to many on a print server … like mine.

      i’m sooo stuck, do you have any ideas ?

      Thanks a lot,

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