Windows 2012 R2 Custom Certificate Request Issue


When trying to do a custom certificate request from one of my 2012 servers I seem to be missing and option from the drop down list of templates.  I should have the option (no template) Legacy Key in the list, but I don't.  This is what I need to create the certificate request for something I'm working on.

Has anyone run into this before?

Attached is a screen shot of my list.  Here's a link showing the steps I'm following:

Jim MezoAsked:
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Shreedhar EtteCommented:
Hi Jim,

At Step 11 you have selected "Proceed without enrollment policy" in the first place.

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Jim MezoAuthor Commented:
I'm an idiot.  I was just hitting Next without actually selecting "Proceed without Enrollment Policy".  When I tested this on a 2008 server I didn't have to select it and the CNG option was available to me.

Thanks for answering.
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