I have three Windows 10 Pro client computers joined to a server running Windows Server 2016 Essentials. When I began to restore some accidentally deleted files to one of the client computers from the server’s backups, the WS16E server would not do it. Instead, it returned an error message: "Cannot initiate the restore process. Make sure that all services are running on the server and on the computer to which you want to restore files or folders." Microsoft’s advice for troubleshooting computer file or folder restoration errors, after checking some preliminary connections issues, was to disconnect the client computer from the server network and then rejoin it. ○ I tried this on one of the computers two ways: one using the Client Connector Wizard, and the other by installing the connector manually from a downloaded WSEClient-x64.msi. ○ When I finished both the process both times, the client computer had version 6.2.9805.10 of the connector software and version 6.2.9190 of the Windows Restoration Driver, which were the same versions as found on my other two client computers that had not been disconnected and rejoined. None of the three Windows 10 Pro client computers, included the one that had been disconnected and rejoined to the server, were able to restore files from backup--they each received the same error message. What else should I do to troubleshoot Windows 10 Pro client computer file restorations in WS16E?