Windows 2012 Requesting Certificate from CA

My CA server is running Windows Server 2008 R2. I have a Windows 2012 member server that I'm that I'm trying to request a certificate template through web enrollment.

On the Windows 2012 server, I type in the URL of the CA server to bring up the main CA page. I choose Request a certificate and than advanced certificate request. When I click on advanced certificate request, it's suppose to give me the option to Create and submit a request to this CA but instead it goes right to the Submit a certificate request by use a base-64-encoeded CMC or PKCS #10 file page.

I downloaded Firefox and it does the same thing. Is this something new in 2012? How am I'm suppose to Create and Submit a request from the CA server if that option is not available?
BuRinger7aAsked:
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Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
how is the CA server configured?  enterprise root or something else?
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MaheshArchitectCommented:
Configure SSL certificate for your CA web site and then try to access CA web site over https and check if it works from 2012 server
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BuRinger7aAuthor Commented:
The CA is Enterprise Root. SSL is already configured for the site. It works well with all other servers but this is the only 2012 server in our domain.
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MaheshArchitectCommented:
add ca web site to compatibility view settings and check if it allows you to request cert on 2012 server
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BuRinger7aAuthor Commented:
Thanks Mahesh! Adding the CA site to the compatibility view settings resolved the issue. I am now seeing the option to Create and submit a request to this CA.

Thanks!
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