Windows 10 system can't access the sysvol folder on domain

I have my first windows 10 system joined to the domain, but it can't get any GPO's.  I have found event 1058 that says it can't access the sysvol folder in the domain share.  All other systems are fine.  This is an SBS 2011 domain so I have a feeling that is part of the issue.  Anyone else have this issue?
sidelogicIT ManagerAsked:
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David AtkinTechnical DirectorCommented:
How have you joined the machine to the domain?  Did you use the Connect wizard or have you done it manually?

I would disjoin the machine from the domain and re-join to see if you get the same problem.

If you've found that you cant join the domain via the connect wizard then it will be because you need to edit the supportedOS.xml.  See here (Unser Appendix-A):

http://blogs.technet.com/b/sbs/archive/2015/07/23/client-connector-availability-with-windows-home-server-small-business-server-and-windows-server-essentials-for-supported-client-os.aspx
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sidelogicIT ManagerAuthor Commented:
If I try and edit that file it won't allow me saying it is in use.  I have joined the pc to the domain regular and via the connector with the same result.  Any ideas on how to edit that file?
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sidelogicIT ManagerAuthor Commented:
I was able to edit the file finally.  However I still can't access the group policy folder.  I joined the domain no problem and can get to mapped drives and all of that, but the SYSVOL folder is still not available.
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sidelogicIT ManagerAuthor Commented:
I was able to figure this out.  On the SBS server the Remote registry and DFS Namespace service was stopped for some reason.  After enabling both of these services I was able to get to the GPO's.
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sidelogicIT ManagerAuthor Commented:
Found the answer myself.
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