Question : Redirected folders not accessible

I've recently had issues with redirected folders not working. On the surface it seems to be a permissions issue but the first time this happened I restarted the server and the problem went away. However, it's now becoming more difficult to resolve.

To make matters worse, the server now lives at a remote location which is accessible via a site-to-site VPN. Although this appeared to work ok on the first day I now find that restarting the server doesn't help, resetting the permissions doesn't help and reassigning ownership of the folders doesn't help either.

I get these two errors in the event log of the workstation:
Could not execute the following script \\<domain>.local\SysVol\<domain>.local\ClientAgent\ClientAgent.vbs. The network path was not found.

Windows cannot obtain the domain controller name for your computer network. (The specified domain either does not exist or could not be contacted. ). Group Policy processing aborted.

I get these two messages on the desktop of the workstation:

\\<servername>\Redirectedfolders\<username>\desktop is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator to find out if you have access permissions.
Sharepoint Workspace is unable to communicate through your firewall and will run with limited functionality.

Not sure if the last error is related but I thought I'd attach it just in case.

A few points:
1. The workstation is the only workstation on this site.
2. A workstation on the same site as the server, logging in as this username works fine.
3. The faulty workstation can ping the server by its name (presuamably meaning that DNS and/or WINS is working ok.

Any ideas?

Answer : Redirected folders not accessible

It seems like if the workstation is out of server's domain.

Can you check if it's correctly added?
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