troubleshooting Question

Authoritative Time Server

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Windows Server 2003Active Directory
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We recently added a new domain controller to our network and moved FSMO roles from another domain controller that we will be retiring.  One of the roles that the new DC has is PDC emulator.  I've seen that the PDC is assigned the role of Authoritative Time Server but this has not happened to the new DC.  The soon to be retired DC is still showing up as the time server.  Am I missing something?  All FSMO roles from the old DC were moved to the new DC.  Thanks!
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