I have completed the following steps thus far:
*Setup Active Directory Certificate Services
*Setup Certificate Enrollment Web Service
*Setup Certificate Enrollment Policy Web Service
*Created duplicate template of computer template
*Created a user account with permissions to the new template (and change the template to require the Subject Name to be supplied in the request)
*Issued the new template
*Reset IIS to update template cache in the Certificate Policy Web Service
*Used Add-CertificateEnrollmentPolicyServer on the non-domain computer to add the Enterprise CA's policy service (used the new user account as the credentials)
When I open the certificates mmc and attempt to get a new certificate using the policy, the list is blank. I'm am not sure what I am missing.
Side note: if there is a way to request the certificate from the policy service with powershell I'd be interested to know that too.
It seems I needed to wait longer to be able to use the MMC to request a certificate. The replication must not have finished to all DCs yet for the template. Oops!
I did find that during the cert request
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