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Wrong site to zone assignment

Hello Team

I am currently facing an issue with the site to zone assignmet list in combination with a security warning when executing a shortcut that resides on a dfs share.

Security Warning
path: \\domain.local\...\Applikation.lnk

The site to zone assignment list has been configured through gpo (user settings) and is applied correctly to its client


file://domain.local
\\domain.local
*://*.domain.local

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After a little bit investigation it looks like the dfs path domain.local will still be recognized as a internet zone. Maybe somone has a clue why the dfs path will be recognized as an internet zone and not as a intranet zone because of the site to zone assignment list

The issue only occurs with server 2016 (same gpo applied to windows 7 clients works fine).
ADMX Files are still 2008R2 / Win7

Unfortunately the issue still persists even after applying \\domain.local with option 1 to the site assignment list (https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/29063519/DFS-Namespace-creates-error-massage-for-users-file-outside-of-your-local-network.html or https://myworldofit.net/?p=980)

Regards
* gposWindows OSInternet Explorer (IE)Windows 7

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