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This TGT refresh is by default is configured to only happen every 10 hours in Active Directory.
A way to check this is to do a Group Policy Result report against the user of computer and then check the “Security Group Membership” by clicking the “Show” option under the “Details” tab.
As this is only showing the membership when the policy has been applied it is possible that the Group Membership on the local computer has updated since the last policy upgrade depending on the refresh timing.
Performing a GPUPDATE *MIGHT* make the policy settings applied if the Kerberos token on the computer/user has updated since the last Group Policy Update.
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