USER password change fails -- Windows Server 2012 R2 ?

Both of the below computers are HARDWIRED,
logging into the DOMAIN, and rebooted
after changing the ActiveDirectory
USER's password.

How can I get Computer #2 OLD
cached password to NO longer work
and the NEW password to work ?
Computer #1
 1. old password = fails
 2. new password = works
 3. network drive = works

Computer #2
 1. old password = works
 2. new password = fails
 3. network drive = prompts for NEW login, then works
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Matt MinorTechnical Systems AnalystCommented:
That is odd behavior. The user password change should be near-immediate (as is the case on Computer #1).

What is your infrastructure? How many DC's on the network?

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Mohammed KhawajaManager - Infrastructure:  Information TechnologyCommented:
You should check TCP/IP properties and ensure DNS servers are set correctly.  It could also be issue with a DC that the computer is communicating with which is not replicating correctly.
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