This property sets the common name or friendly name of the
certificate that should be used to establish the connection with the
server. It is only required that you set this property value if the
server requires a client certificate for authentication. If this
property is not set, a client certificate will not be provided to the
server. If a certificate name is specified, the certificate must have
a private key associated with it, otherwise the connection attempt
will fail because the control will be unable to create a security
context for the session.
Certificates may be installed and viewed on the local system using
the Certificate Manager that is included with the Windows operating
system. For more information, refer to the documentation for the
Microsoft Management Console.