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I am currently in the middle of an Exchange 2003/2010 Migration. I've gotten everything to work except mobile device connectivity. The issue I ran into was a certificate problem. So when I went to the website for our local certificate authority, I get an error telling me "The certificate enrollment page cannot be accessed with this version of Windows" it points me to a microsoft support article (kb922706). This article tells me all about the compatability issue with a 2008 server and a 2003 certifcate server and I need to backup the certsrv folder and install new webpages, but it does not tell me where to get this webpages, the process to install, etc. Anyone have to do this before?
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You can get the hotfix here for Windows 2003 x86.

http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=4758
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