group policy security filtering and rsop

Current domain is in upgrade mode. 1 windows 2012 R2 DC and 1 windows 2008R2 DC. forest and domain level is at 2008 R2.

30 Windows 10 workstations in 1 OU. WIn10 ADM templates installed and configured. GPO applied to OU Containing WIN 10 OU

GPO is computer configurations, no user configurations

When I sign into one of the windows 10 workstations and bring up local computer policy, all computer settings are showing 'not configured'/ 'not defined'. If i run RSOP on the workstation it does show me that there are changes. I'm confused as to why local GPO for the workstation is not showing the accumulated policy changes? I remember in XP and I believe win 7 all GPO changes were shown in Local group regardless where the policy originated from (site, OU, domain and etc)

I'm also a little confused about the security filtering option on the GPO itself In AD. Right now I have 'authenticated users' on the GPO that's being applied to a OU containing computers. From what I read the security filtering should also list a 'computer group' with computers in that group. This way the workstations in question can Read and Apply Group Policy permissions. But even though there is no computer group, it seems like computer policy is still being applied
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
See below...

Authenticated Users = Users and Computer (this works for both)

As for your RSOP data you should be following what is showing in there as those are the policies that are being applied to the machine.

Will.
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