Searching Sever Drives in Windows 10

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We recently migrated 14 users to Windows 10 from Windows 7.  The server they connect to was an SBS2008 server.  Since the change, searching on shared drives through Windows 10 has been painfully slow or either doesn't work when searching for files, contents, folders, etc.  Since then, we ended up replacing their SBS2008 server with Windows 2016.  After doing some research, supposedly this was suppose to help and/or fix the searching  (we didn't replace the server for this reason though).
Is Windows 10 search just simply broken and doesn't work like previous versions of Windows or is there specific settings that need to be changed on each PC/Server for it to work?  I've already gone through Indexing, rebuilding search index, restarting windows search, modifying search contents, etc, but it hasn't worked.
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is KB4512941 installed ?
Based on Microsoft:
We are currently investigating an issue where users are reporting high CPU usage linked to SeachUI.EXE after installing the optional update on August 30 (KB4512941). We will provide an update in an upcoming release.

Try to install the latest update:
September 10, 2019—KB4515384 (OS Build 18362.356)
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4515384/windows-10-update-kb4515384

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This has not been installed!  I will check and have this installed on the server and test again.   Thank you!

Any other details are greatly helpful.

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