I bought a new Mac Mini to replace the old. Migrated iTunes. Sync'ed iPhone to new iTunes/library/etc. Everything seems fine, except...
Everytime iTunes lists the iPhone as a device, it tries to find the old Mac Mini on the network and I get a "server cannot be found" error.
The syncs still work fine, the library and iTunes works fine. If I have the iPhone turned off, or not on Wifi, iTunes behaves fine. It's only when it's on the network and iTunes recognizes a device that it also tries to connect to the old computer.
How does iTunes and the iPhone know about the old computer? What is it still remembering? How can I get rid of it? As it is, I'm repeatedly presented with the server connect issue while I'm using my computer unless I make sure none of my devices are on the network.
Ok, it looks like I found it. It was the SyncServices and doing a command line reset did the trick. I had previously wiped out the plist items manually and that didn't work, so I thought they weren't at fault. But, I found a kb article on the command line reset and that seems to have worked.
Thanks Gail for all of the responses.