Group Policy Administrative Templates missing - ADMX files not found

I downloaded the GPO administrative template installer for WIndows 10.  It installed and I copied the files to \\domain\sysvol\domain\policies\policydefinitions. When I first did this, I saw the policies in Group Policy Mgmt Editor. A day later, I started seeing errors "An appropriate resource file could not be found for file \\<path above>\ActiveXInstallService.admx (error = 3) and then errors on all the other ADMX files pop up too until I stop the task in task mgr. The files look to be all there. Does anyone have insight into this?
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"The files look to be all there" - so you verified this? All sizes (not only names) are identical?
RobertSystem AdminCommented:
Make sure the adml file is in the languages folder.

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jconklin-ansinc-netAuthor Commented:
That was it. I had the en-us folder under Policies instead of PolicyDefinitions.
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