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2.2. Client NSS Database Initialization

On Red Hat Certificate System, certain interfaces may need to access the server using TLS client certificate authentication (mutual authentication). Before performing server-side admin tasks, you need to:
  1. Prepare an NSS database for the client. This can be a new database or an existing one.
  2. Import the CA certificate chain and trust them.
  3. Have a certificate and corresponding key. They can be generated in the NSS database or imported from somewhere else, such as from a PKCS #12 file.
Based on the utility, you need to initialize the NSS database accordingly. See: