windows 2012 remote desktop services - unable to browse redirected local drives

On a windows 2012 R2 server, i am unable to browse through the redirected local drives.
Local drives show up on remote desktop session but unable to browse through it.
"Event ID 36 - Redirection of additional supported devices is disabled by policy" is being logged but don't have any policy that restricts redirection. Checked applied gpo using gpresult and also rsop and nothing specific to the drive redirection.

This is a remote desktop services setup to publish remote apps. I initially had this restriction applied using Remote Desktop Gateway Manager -  connection and resource authorization policies and somehow this is still imposed even after enabling device redirection.

This issue happens for domain and local users except for the domain/local administrator account.

Any help is highly appreciated.

Thanks.
AxisGroupAsked:
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JHMH IT StaffCommented:
Did you have the policy set by Group Policy or just local policy? I have seen instances in my environment where I unapplied a GPO, but since the GPO was controlling a local security policy the settings remained in place.
AxisGroupAuthor Commented:
It was a GPO for registry permissions. I had to manually set the permissions back to its default to fix the issue.

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