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Why was this error prompted?
This could be a result of different reasons, For me, I found out that the device was not joined to the Domain.
How was the issue resolved?
I had to join the device to the domain. Do not just assume that the device is already joined to the domain. The device joined to the Domain and Auto Logon worked correctly.
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