TLS with mutual authentication adds more security to communications with Intel AMT devices. Mutual authentication, also known as two-way authentication, is a process whereby two parties, typically a client and a server, authenticate each other in such a way that both parties are assured of the identity of the other. In mutual authentication, the server requests a certificate from the client, and the client requests a certificate from the server.
Table: Process for configuring TLS with mutual authentication
Meet the requirements for TLS with mutual authentication.
To use this feature, you must first complete all of the steps that are required for TLS.