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Custom certificate templates not showing

Posted on 2010-08-20
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I'm trying to setup DirectAcces (by following MS step-by-step guide). In my domain I have one DC 2008 standard, one DC 2003 standard and one 2008 R2 Enterprise. The enterprise server is used to install DirectAccess on.
CA is installed on DC02 and I created the custom web server template, but when I go into CA management (DC02) and tires to add the newly created template to the "custom template" folder it is not showing up.

What might be wrong? Does the DC02 2008 server needs to be a Enterprise server aswell or should it work with a 2008 standard?
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I'm assuming your DC02 is 2008 or 2003 Standard... Your copy of the Web Server template is considered a v2 certificate.  You'll need your CA on a Server Enterprise to issue v2 certificates.

If you do an in place upgrade to Server 2008 Enterprise, you might run into this afterwards (I know I did for 2003 Std to 2008 Ent.)
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/967332
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