GPO Drive Mapping Issue

GPO Drive Mapping Issue.
I'm trying to mapp and label a drive on each PC via GPO. The idea is that in this drive different folders will appear if the user has access to them. I have setup the GPO - see GPO setup attachment. The drive never appears. The GP result shows an error 0x80070043. The GPO does also state that a fast link was detected, all my readings on this is that I can ignore this as it is a warning only.

The error is a network path can't be found. So i did an nslookup of the server name and the client resolved it ok. I changed the server name in the GPO to the IP address and got the same. Via windows explorer I can get to the shares. I also changed the GPO from replace to update and can manually mapp the drive using the same details. I'm running a windows 2012 server environment with windows 8 and 10 client and have run out of ideas.
James DanahayDirectorAsked:
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Nothing is attached?

James DanahayDirectorAuthor Commented:
Try now
in GP preference item properties \ common tab select " run-in logged on user security context" and then logoff / logon / gpupdate on client and you should see mapped drive

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