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LogonServer issue

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WDitFlag for United States of America asked on
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Hello,
We have a remote site in which we have only two people left.  Due to downsizing we don't have the IT staff to stay on top of a lot of things.  Because of this we have decided to remove all servers from the site including the domain controller.
 
Now for our issue.  After running DCPROMO on the server both workstations are still trying to run the logon script from the now decommissioned server.  The LOGONSERVER variable is now pointing to a different remote site and not the central office.  We tried to flush the dsn cache on the local workstations but that didn't change anything.  We checked AD Sites and Services to make sure the subnet was pointing to the central office and it is.  I know there has got to be something simple that we missed in this process.  Any help you can provide is most appreciated.
 
FYI the workstations both have static IP's set and are pointing to DNS servers in the central office.

Thank you in advance.
WDIT
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