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Windows 7 stuck at network printers policy

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We added a new network plotter through group policy. Now the users when try to login they get stuck at the "Applying Printers policy" and it takes ages. I checked the systems event logs and I get the following message:

DCOM was unable to communicate with the computer CSR|printerservername.domain.co.uk using any of the configured protocols.

Any ideas why this is happening and what's the solution to this?

thanks,
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I recreated the User profile and redirects folder and it worked!
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It worked.
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