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I can't get one computer on my netway to route through the right gateway

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On my network I used to use 1.1.200.5 for my default gateway via DHCP, that was changed to 1.1.200.3, these gateways are used to route to trusted domain on another network.  All computers on my network routes fine except one.

Even though in the network properties it shows the correct gateway when I do a tracert command to a machine on the other network it still tries to go through the old gateway.

Ive tried deleting the gateway with netsh interface command which seemed successful but still it tries to go through the old gateway of 1.1.200.5.

systems are windows 2003 (DHCP server domain controler)
clients windows xp sp2
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run print route and see if that pops up any static routes
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I'm going home - I meant run: ROUTE PRINT
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