User certificates install on Server 2016 domain controllers but not on Windows 10 clients

I have an issue within a Server 2016 AD network where user certificates that have been created by a Server 2016 internal certification authority have installed on the Server 2016 domain controllers but not on the Windows 10 client computers.

I have been following the steps in this website https://www.petenetlive.com/KB/Article/0001399 to implement Always On. This process involves using an internal certification authority to issue certificates.

Within the Server 2016 domain controllers when I examine the Certificates-Local Computer console (by running certlm.msc) I see that the certificate is installed.

Domain controller certificates
However, when I examine the Certificates-Local Computer console (by running certlm.msc) on any of the domain-joined Windows 10 computers there is no "Certificates" folder within the Certificates-Local Computer\Personal store.

Windows 10 comp certificates
What do I need to do to fix this issue so that this certificate will appear within the  Certificates-Local Computer\Personal store on these Windows 10 computers?
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McKnifeCommented:
If you followed the tutorial to the T and it doesn't work, then either

-you have different OS' than the tutorial that need different measures (unlikely, but see if you can find out what the author used)
-the tutorial is incorrect (unlikely, but you may want to contact the author)
-you did not follow the tutorial entirely

Deploying certificates can also be done using the command line (in a startup script or immediate task) certutil command (see http://www.networknet.nl/apps/wp/archives/2272 )
You can also deploy certificates using the process described here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/identity/ad-fs/deployment/distribute-certificates-to-client-computers-by-using-group-policy
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McKnifeCommented:
It might be helpful for other readers if you could share what helped you in particlura. How did you use the advice to solve it?
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