Remove Autodiscovery from local domain after O365 migration.

100% of users and mailboxes have been migrated to Office 365.
The issue is I cannot find and/or remove local exchange autodiscovery record which is causing some connectivity issues with the cloud.

What do I need to remove and where to get my domain from looking to old autodiscover record.

Server 2008 ENT R2
All user systems are Windows 7 Pro running Office 2013 Pro Plus.
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Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
look in your dns server; should be CNAME record named autodiscover pointing to your on-premise exchange server
chadklineAuthor Commented:
Nothing in DNS that says Autodiscovery.
Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
from one of your clients, if you ping your autodiscover fqdn what does it resolve to - inside or public address?

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chadklineAuthor Commented:
Thank you both for your help. Each of you led me the right area. The fix was easy. All I did was add a new CNAME record with my new autodiscover address and within 5min the issue was fixed.
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