I have a Server 2008 R2 which is DC for my domain. It also has the CA service installed as an Enterprise CA. I only have this one server for all. (Knows it's a bad idea to have it all on one server)
I am in the process of setting up my wireless AP to RADIUS security, using the CA server together with NPS.
The installation of the CA as an Enterprise CA is succesfully.
I then open a MMC, loads the Certificate snap-in of the CA, opens the Personal folder. Right click on the Certificate, and request a new certificate. Press Next, Chose the Active Directory Enrollment policy, and press next. Then the problem comes. I cannot choose the computer certificate. See screencast.
I have been into the default domain policy, user config. and enable auto enrollment. No luck
Cannot see what I'm missing. hope anybody can give me a hint og help :-)
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