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2 cisco routers, 2 isp, one windows domain controller

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I am attempting to add a router and isp to my windows domain. Current setup is as follows:
Windows server 2003 AD/DNS/DC  192.168.1.1
Cisco 2811  (router 1) 192.168.1.29 (inside) x.x.x.x (outside)
I use NAT and ACL - all is working well
I need to keep this router and connected ISP to service my servers and phone system
For my users and their remote desktop access I am adding an additional Cisco2811 (router 2) 192.168.1.30 (inside) y.y.y.y (outside) and  different ISP. (utilizing NAT and ACL).My problem is this. If I connect a computer (not on the domain) with a static IP to router 2 all works well. If I use a computer (change it to the same static IP) which is joined to the domain (dns 192.168.1.1 and 4.2.2.2 - and change the gateway to 192.168.1.30 it still routes through router 1 - I know this because when I do IP Chicken I get the ip of the router 1 outside interface.
When the computer bypasses the domain (separate switch) ip configured as above I get the y.y.y.y IP of router 2.
I am stumped - I am sure I am missing something - any help will be appreciated.
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