About schannel and boringssl

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Hello!

Currently, Microsoft Edge uses "schannel" to build one-sided TLS and "boringssl" to build two-sided TLS.
The question is: will the two-sided TLS be built through the "schannel" in the same way as the one-sided, or will everything remain as it is?

With best regards. 

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