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windows 10 on windows server 2016 essentials domain - Your File History credentials are no longer valid. Reenter your credentials

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Error / notification appears within minutes after domain login.  
Your File History credentials are no longer valid. Reenter your credentials
If you follow the link to File History and watch it for a few minutes, it starts out red and has the error, then while you're watching, the file history backup completes and the error goes away and 'file history is on' turns green and error is gone until next login.
The location is a shared folder on the server which is fully accessible when the link is followed. (click start type \\server\file history backups\username)
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