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then have the CA Root (unfortunatly is a 2k DC) sign the csr
Can you verify the returned cert is a PEM format cert or something else, like PKCS?
If it is PKCS, then you could try this:
openssl pkcs7 -text -inform PEM -in <DCsignedkey> -print_certs > my-server.crt
cat my-server.key > my-server.pem; cat my-server.crt >>my-server.pem
then strip the PEM leaving the 1st private key and the last certificate.