I had a group policy configured to redirect users my docs to a central share. I redirected the documents back to the users c: drive and deleted the policy. The NAS that held the share is now gone and all my users are still trying to sync with it.
Where do I remove this setting so that users stop trying to sync with a machine that is gone.
I have looked everywhere and do not see any reference to this old policy.
Disabling offline files seems to solve it but would rather not visit each workstation.
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