Server 2008 AD Security Group File Permission Delay

After adding a user to a security group it seems the changes are not committed for a day or so.  If I add a user to a group and give that group rights to log in to a term srv they will be denied access. I can specify rights individually by user and it will function correctly allowing access.  If I wait a day or so it will work as it is supposed to. Same goes for file folder permissions.
mcaesarAsked:
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Mike KlineCommented:
If you add a user to the group and then let that change replicate and have the user log off and log back on do they still have to wait a day?

With direct/non-group permissions the user doesn't have to log off and log back on because they don't need to update their security token.

Thanks

Mike
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Darius GhassemCommented:
Mike is right group membership has to be replicate before and the user must log off then logon to be able to use the new permission. When it is directly given to a user then the user's token is still valid so you don't have to log off and on.
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