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Windows Server 2012R2: Removing DC that no longer exists

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Hi All,

I currently have 4 DC's listed and only 2 are in production. The other 2 that are not being used were VMs that no longer exist and I no longer have access to them. Is there a way to forcefully remove them and to do a metadata clean-up? Everything I've found has a solution for people that still have access to that server.
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