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Windows 2008 Schema and 2003 Schema when setting up Certificate Services Templates

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Our current network is a mixture of 2003 and 2008 servers.
I am setting up a certificate server in Windows 2008. In order to use the 2008 Certificate Templates I need to update my schema to 2008, otherwise I will have to use the 2003 templates.
How do I tell if my schema has been updated to 2008 to use the 2008 Certificate templates over the 2003 templates?

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by:isaman07
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You mean the schema of your active directory, which involves upgrading your DCs to 2008. Do you have any 2008 server which is a DC?
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Yes I have 3 DC's that are 2008.
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by:isaman07
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I'm assuming that you already ran adprep/forestprep and adprep/domainprep from the Windows 2008 installation CD?
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Before my time. I would presume so.
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Run it agaon, it won't hurt
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