Computer still contacting domain even though we removed it from domain

We had this computer on our domain but we are redeploying it as a Kiosk machine.  The Kiosk's have no reason to be on our domain for security reasons.  I've installed SiteKiosk v8 software on this Windows 7 64bit machine.  Everything works great except when I log into the LOCAL user it appears as if the machine is still contacting our domain.  We use EventSentry and I get the following message every time I log onto this kiosk box with a local user.


EVENT #      65036788
EVENT LOG      Security
EVENT TYPE      Audit Failure
SOURCE      Security
CATEGORY      Logon/Logoff
EVENT ID      529
USERNAME      NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
COMPUTERNAME        -our domain controller name-
DATE / TIME        3/16/2012 9:16:29 AM
MESSAGE      Logon Failure:
Reason: Unknown user name or bad password
User Name: SiteKiosk
Domain: KIOSK2
Logon Type: 3
Logon Process: NtLmSsp
Authentication Package: NTLM
Workstation Name: KIOSK2
Caller User Name: -
Caller Domain: -
Caller Logon ID: -
Caller Process ID: -
Transited Services: -
Source Network Address: 10.1.3.162
Source Port: 0


The thing is like I said, I removed this machine from the domain. I changed it to a kiosks WORKGROUP and renamed it at the same time.  What on this machine is trying to contact the domain at logon?
ITdiamondAsked:
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withtuConnect With a Mentor Commented:
You can use NetMon to track the traffic to domain controller which will tell you that what process is connecting.
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ZachAtakCommented:
Could be a service, a mapped drive or anything else thats trying to reach a resource on your domain.
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ITdiamondAuthor Commented:
Ah ok it looks like it was related to Desktop Authority Script Logic CBM Service (Computer Based Management).

We use Script Logic's Desktop Authority and I just uninstalled everything related to it.  No more errors!
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withtuCommented:
@ITdiamond, great news! You can also check local Group Policy results to ensure all GPO settings are restored to default.
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