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openssl cert request from windows 2008r2

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I've created a csr and submitted to our windows admin. He is getting the following error using windows 2008r2

Your Request Id is 0. The disposition message is "Error Parsing Request ASN1 bad tag value met. 0x8009310b (ASN: 267)".

The CSR is created using openssl on RHEL 5.9. Using the following syntax
openssl req -nodes -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout outfile.key -out hostname.csr

Any ideas would be appreciated.
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I went ahead and created the csr without the x509 flag and then was able to generate the cert successfully.

Thanks!
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