GPO - IP Security failed due to an error and failed to log Resultant Set of Policy information. The policy object does not exist.

I am showing this error in all my domain controllers (mix of 2008 R2 and 2012 R2, functioning at 2008 R2 level) when I run rsop.msc or gpupdate:

"IP Security failed due to an error and failed to log Resultant Set of Policy information.
The policy object does not exist."

Here's GPO gui screenshot:
Ipsecurity
How can I trace which GPO is causing that?

Rsop.msc takes a long time to get resultant as well upon launching it and I think this may be causing that.
garryshapeAsked:
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
you probably have a replication problem between your Domain Controllers or your sysvol has gotten corrupted.  Each group policy has their own GUID, with maps to a folder that contains the gpt.ini and xml files that define the policy.  So until you remove the policy and recreate it or restore from backup users will experience slow logons

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garryshapeAuthor Commented:
Replication seems to work for the most part fine but does give errors related to the same IP security issue in Repadmin /showrepl.

By corrupt sysvol do you mean like extensions adm/admx files group policy uses?
David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
no the actuall group policy that exists in a folder which is a GUID ( enclosed in {}'s) which has the gpt.ini and the actual settings.
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