GPO does not accept all permissions

The GPO is not accepting all the permissions.  Where do I fix this error?  The GPO defines the FileRedirection so I am unsure what will happen if I recreate the GPO.  Some users folders are redirected, others are not redirected.GPO Permission assignment failure
Steven HelmsIT SupportAsked:
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
did you click ok as advised? You should
Steven HelmsIT SupportAuthor Commented:
Yes.  I receive no error message. Go to another GPO without the message.  Go back to this GPO and receive the message again.
t’s because you are not completely removing the Authenticated Users group. Authenticated Users does not only have “Read” and “Apply Group Policy”, it also has “List Object”, which is a “special” permission. The technique you’re using leaves Authenticated Users still ACL’ed, but with an invalid ACE of just “List”, and that’s what GPMC is sore about:

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Steven HelmsIT SupportAuthor Commented:
The first option in the list worked for me.
Thank you.
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