Can't remove share, says it's part of DFS

So I have a client with 3 servers and 2 sites.  Site 1 houses Server 1 and 2, and site 2 houses server 3.  We have DFSR for all folders and it's working fine as far as replicating.  Cut to yesterday, I'm writing a logon script for the new RDS server we deployed there and I realize that one of the shares on server 3 is not pointing to the folder DFSR is using, but it's pointing to another folder under C:\DFSRoots.  So I figure no big deal, I'll just remove the share and enable the share in the proper location.  I go to remove it and it tells me I must remove the share from DFS first.  Only problem is, I've checked everywhere, every server, and their is no DFSR group replicating to that folder; in fact all the folder contains data-wise, is a single sub-folder which is empty.  I went into the registry and do not see it.  This problem only exists on Server 3.

How to I remove this share, so I can create a new one with the same name, but pointed at the proper location?
MikeIT ManagerAsked:
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Steve WhitcherSystems AdministratorCommented:
You said there is no DFSR group replicating to that folder -- Did you check for a DFS folder target in your namespace that points to this folder?  It's possible to have a DFS folder that is not part of a replication group. . .

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MikeIT ManagerAuthor Commented:
This is strictly DFSR, no namespace.
Did you right click on replication and check add replication groups to display. I know you said there are no namespaces but maybe even right click on namespaces and check add namespaces to display?
MikeIT ManagerAuthor Commented:
Nevermind, there are 2 namespaces on Server 1 and Server 3, and the target for Home on Server 3 was pointing to DFSRoots. (but on Server 1 FOR Server 3 it's pointing to the right spot)  I removed that target and then was able to remove the share.

I guess one of these days I'll have to clean up that namespace mess, too.
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