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This optional parameter specifies the location of the SSL private key that this connection uses to communicate with the server. If SSL client verification is not required, then this option does not need to be specified. Special characters are permitted.
It is common for the SSL client private key to be in the same file as the client certificate. In that case, both SSLCAClientCert and SSLCAClientKey refer to the same file.
If SSLCAClientKey contains a private key in encrypted format, you need to specify the decryption password in SSLCAClientKeyPassword.
Here is an example of using SSLCAClientKey:
SSLCAClientKey %D/certificates/cert-clt.pem