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Auto Enrollment Certificate Not Showing Up in IIS as an option......

Ok experts.  I have read the docs and followed the instructions but am missing something.  I have a certificate I have setup on my Microsoft CA for Auto Enrollment (that part works perfect), however it does not show up as an option when users login to www.whatever.local\certsrv to request it through the web browser.  What am I missing?  Thanks in advance.

Danny
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plimpiasCommented:
Autoenrollment will install on it on the local pc.

Go to start
type in mmc
file add/remove snap in
add
certificates

click either user or computer, whichever you setup the autoenrollment on.

it should be listed under personnel.
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dmccampbellAuthor Commented:
That does not work with Windows 2000 for some reason.  That is why I was setting this up to be enrolled through the web browser as that seems to work perfect with Win2K.  Other ideas, or maybe I should direct this to the Win2k forum?  Thanks in advance.
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plimpiasCommented:
Sure you can move it,

Take a look at the policy in this link

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/windowsserver2003/technologies/security/autoenro.mspx

Please post the event log errors that you receive on the clients.
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dmccampbellAuthor Commented:
Ok, read through all of this link and it does not touch on the template mods needed to show under the Web browser.  Did I miss something?  I did a test and made a copy of the EFS template, gave it a bogus name just to see what would happen.  It shows up perfect under the web browser.  However, one thing I don't understand, under MMC (Certificates) when I request a certificate it still shows the superceded templates?  Any other ideas.
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dmccampbellAuthor Commented:
Please go ahead and close this question.  Do I have to assign point although I did not recieve and answer that was acceptable.  Can I assign so many point to plimpias for at least being the only one to answer me?
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