We are using 802.1X to secure our wired network and our Windows 10 machines are using PEAP (Computer Authentication) as specified using Group Policy. This all works great but I now need to try and figure out how to get 802.1X working for AMT. The only guide I can find regarding how to configure the template is https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg682023.aspx# BKMK_AMT2008_cm2012 this one specifically the section "Creating and Issuing the Client Authentication Certificates for 802.1X AMT-Based Computers". Does this still apply given that our build of SCCM (1610) no longer supports OOB? The problem is that when building a profile on a test machine, in the part where I specify the special 802.1X certificate, it doesn't appear within the drop down box. I can only select my "AMTClientConfigurationcertificate" certificate.
I have another question:
I've mostly been using https://sccmguru.wordpress.com/2013/12/22/integrating-configuration-manager-2012-r2-with-intel-scs-9... this guide for setting it all up but I wondered if the "Web certificate" part is still required given we are using SCCM 1610?
Many thanks in advance,