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Event ID 1058 and 8194, cannot push network drives via GPO

Hello folks,
I have a very weird issues which prevents me on pushing network drives via GPO. It effects primarly Win 7 Pro but some WIn 10 Pro as well.

We had an old WIndwos 2012 Essentials with no GPOs what so ever. We installed a Windows 2016 Std. and migrated FSMO roles. We had some issues with DCDIAG, but was able to solve them with Auth/Non-Auth repair. See link bellow:

We created new DFS with new drives and migrated data from old server to new server via SyncBackSE. All works great. Started enabling the GPOs, and found some serious consistency issues.

Yesterday we had 5 Win 7 Pro which reused to get the drives. We have to do WBAM depository reset and that solved the issue. Today we have some Win10 issues.

What am I missing here with this migration? I never had so many issues with migrating from server to server. Is that becuase of Win2K12 Essentials?

See screen shots for event viewer issues.

Any ideas?
Active DirectoryWindows 10AzureWindows Server 2012Windows Server 2016

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Shaun Vermaak
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From one of these computers browse to \\BASILESTUDIO.local\SysVol and see if you can open/if the file GPT.ini exists.

Did you follow best practices and exclude these files from your Anti-Virus?

Did you check that NETLOGON/SYSVOL shares exists/where successfully created?
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I would not have done that. Instead you open GPMC and individually review the permissions of each GPO otherwise the two permissions (AD GPO and NTFS) is not in sync.

Ensure that Authenticated Users group is added to all GPO with Read rights
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