User does not have RSOP Data

Hi,

Need some troubleshooting steps for an RSOP data issue.

We have a user (lets say user1) which wont pull through any GPO from the server on one specific machine (lets says PC1)

.User2, 3 and 4 all logged in OK to PC1 and Group Policy pulls through fine.

User1 is logged in to another PC just fine as well.

User1 can log in to PC1 but none of the shortcuts, or mapped drives we have configured pull through. When we try and run gpresult /r is says "The users does not have RSOP Data". I have checked the DNS settings point to the server and then changed these manually in the NIC to test, we have removed the user account from System and Registry and tried to restart and log back in, and I have amended the time on the server as this was showing incorrect when I dialled in.

Running gpupdate /force says the user configuration applied successfully but Windows could not determine if the user domain matched the server domain or was in the same forest. I can ping the server by IP and Computer Name and browse the folders manually so I know it is not a permissions issue.

Does anyone have any more suggestions on how to resolve this issue?

Server: Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard
Client PC: Windows 10 Pro (64x)

Any more info needed just let me know.
ryank85Asked:
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ryank85Author Commented:
Should always start with the most obvious solution.

Removed the machine from the domain and re-added, all tested OK.
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