We have recently set up an internal CA for the purpose of internal SSL certificates (and eventually other things like Direct Access but thats for a later date...). Being new to the Certificate game this wasn't the quickest process in the world for me.
Through group policy all of the domain computers now happily recognise the CA as a root certificate authority. The machines that I have given permission to the certificate template can also request SSL certificates through the certificate manager quite happily.
However the certificate that is issued is issued with the FQDN (webserver.domain.com), which means that when clients connect to https://webserver
they get a certificate mismatch and have to connect to https://webserver.domain.com.
I am sure I may need to provide more information. But how would I go about issuing these SSL certificates from my internal CA to the computer name rather than FQDN?