The easiest way would be to use Desktop view on the fleet to check the Windows certificate store to see if the certificate is there. You can also use the CertMgr tool to programmatically add, delete, or list certificates. Since you're using an image and not an Elastic fleet, have you tested the script running with admin privileges (or SYSTEM) on an image builder to validate it installs the certificate and private key successfully?
Since you're using a bat file, most likely any errors that occur are being written to stdout - the session scripts folder will have a text file of the error, and that error will be uploaded to the logs S3 bucket. Have you checked those logs?
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