Windows 10 Pro hangs up if computer is a domain member

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We've set up a DC (default setup except user accounts) based on Windows Server 2016 Datacenter x64. We tried to add 3 different Windows 10 Pro x64 computers with different hardware to the domain and all of them hang up after doing a login with any domain user account (even Administrator).

The explorer keeps hanging up directly after doing the login. It's sporadically possible to open the start menu and i can open the Windows Explorer via Taskmanager.

We've reinstalled the DC and 2 of the 3 mentioned computers multiple times already and tried entering the domain with default setup.

I will provide any needed information asap.

I'm grateful for any idea.
 
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Windows 10 Pro hangs up if computer is a domain member

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