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Windows 10 Azure AD not updating after O365 Pasword change

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Hi,
I have a client PC Windows 10 that uses Azure AD.

When I change the O365 password, which is also linked to the Azure account, I am still able to logon using the old password when logging onto Windows10?

I would have expected the password to change across all logins? Can anyone help or explain how I can do this?

Kind Regards,
Colin
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by:Jian An Lim
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Hi - i hope you mean work place join.
Those password will not impact the local password.

it is just impact the work place join
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