Owner deletion from WINS database

I have a question on wins.  A colleague from another location mention to me an owner of an IP has records listing of computers with his IP range which is causing some intermittent issue.  I notice the IP owner used to be a 2003 Domain controller no longer in use it was decommissioned a while back and most of our DC's are 2008R2.  How do I get rid of this owner from all our wins servers?  
I found this article https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc776359%28v=ws.10%29.aspx.  I applied the second part of number 5 and so far 3 days have passed and I don't see this owner and the records tombstoned on the other wins servers.   I was wondering if I am missing something?
hbpubAsked:
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Thomas GrassiSystems AdministratorCommented:
Have you checked the event logs to see if you have any WINS messages?

Did you check the replication partners?
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hbpubAuthor Commented:
Yes i have checked the replication partners but not tombstone.  The logs are not enable since you get warning of server degradation if left enabled for long. I enabled the logs of one of the partners and I see it is doing the replication process but the owner in question is not tombstone.
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Thomas GrassiSystems AdministratorCommented:
On the Wins Servers do ipconfig /all and post.

Delete the records in question on each wins server

Then Delete the owner on all wins servers.

How many Wins servers you have?
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