Windows 2008 Direct Access with Windows 2003 Certificate Authority

I am looking to see if I can implment Windows 2008R2 Direct Access Feature in our network.  I would like to know if I can use a Winddows 2003 Certificate Server for Direct Access?  Has anyone done this?  
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more important is if you've a Standard or Enterprise CA (based on Server Edition)
scopeorthoAuthor Commented:
i just don't know but if you need to define own certificate templates you will need an enterprise ca

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scopeorthoAuthor Commented:
Thanks, I will check to see if I need to define those certificate templates.  I am just beging to dive into this Direct Access.  I will keep this thread posted as to what I find.  
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