Server 2008R2 Event ID 1202 in the Application Log

Hello experts,

I am seeing event IDs 1202 in the application log when the group policy runs. After running an RSOP, it looks like the "Guest Account" is showing as being the issue. For some reason it does not exist so i can't find the SID when the group policy is applied, therefore it is showing a RED X in the

User rights assingmnet -> Deny access to this computer form the network, deny logon as a batch job and deny logon locally.

No group policy is conflicting with this and it looks like it is related to this account issue. Can you please advise?

Thank you!!
IT_Admin XXXXAsked:
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Michael PfisterCommented:
I'm pretty sure its impossible to remove the Guest account from AD, normally its just disabled. I've also seen that it can be renamed.
Can you post a screen shot of how your RSOP looks? Please execute the RSOP via the Group Policy Management Console.

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IT_Admin XXXXAuthor Commented:
Actually the issue was the BUILTIN\GUEST local account on the local server was deleted, thus the error...
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