Errors and Group Policy Failures after Migrating to DFSR SYSVol

Earlier this week we migrated FRS to DFSR using as our guide.  GPO's were not working properly until we got to the Redirected stage of the Migration process.

After moving to the Eliminated stage, we began seeing new problems.

-- DCDIAG reports the following on the Baseline Domain Controller:

A fatal alert was generated and sent to the remote endpoint. This may result in termination of the connection.
The TLS protocol defined fatal error code is 20. The Windows SChannel error state is 960.
  An error event occurred.  EventID: 0x00009018    Time Generated: 09/18/2015   11:24:31

-- Generating a GPO Infrastructure Status Report from all DC's results in the following:
The SysVol Permissions for one or more GPO's on this domain controller are not in sync with the permissions for the GPO's on the Baseline Domain Controller.

I have just started troubleshooting and wanted to give Experts Exchange an opportunity to begin churning away on this.

Any direction, assistance, or guidance you could offer would be greatly appreciated.

Many Thanks
randaldstowellNetwork EngineerAsked:
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run icacls on c:\windows\sysvol and then run the same on the DFS sysvol_dfsr double check the sharing permissions on the sysvol share and then on the netlogon

did you step through local/global and used dfsrmig?

use sharing in computer management to double check sharing/security permissions of each Dc's sysvol...

the share permissions are set locally on each system and have to have domain administrators full, authenticated users (full) everyone] read

Security Settings
c:\WINDOWS\sysvol NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users:(RX)
                  NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users:(OI)(CI)(IO)(GR,GE)
                  BUILTIN\Server Operators:(RX)
                  BUILTIN\Server Operators:(OI)(CI)(IO)(GR,GE)
                  NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM:(F)
                  NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM:(OI)(CI)(IO)(F)
                  CREATOR OWNER:(OI)(CI)(IO)(F)

You could copy from one and reapply them on the others.

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