I need to require SSL communication with the remote desktop service on my servers which are everything from Windows 2000-2008 R2. I have a Windows 2008 SP2 server setup as my issuing CA. The CA is working fine but the computer certificate it is issuing to my servers are using the FQDN. That means I get a name mismatch message when I connect to the servers via rdc after I have set the server rdc settings to use SSL. I can connect fine using the FQDN but that is not common practice. I want to be able to connect without a warning message using the common name of the server. I have duplicated the computer certificate template and modified it to use the common name but I get this message "Denied by Policy Module 0x80094800, The request was for a certificate template that is not supported by the Active Directory Certificate Services " when I try to request a certificate using the duplicate template. I am guessing that is because I'm on server 2008 SP2 standard, not enterprise or R2. Can this be resolved given my current setup?