|Applies To||RSA Product Set : RSA Smart Card Solutions|
RSA Product/Service Type : RSA Authentication Client
RSA Version/Condition : 3.6
Platform : Microsoft Windows
|Issue||Customers have a requirement to store a certificate on the SID800 for smart card logon to a Microsoft Windows environment.|
|Tasks||RSA Authentication Client 3.6 software and documentation is available from URL https://knowledge.rsasecurity.com/scolcms/set.aspx?id=9588 with a registered account for RSA SecurCare Online.|
Requirement : Microsoft Domain Controller, Microsoft Active Directory and Microsoft Certificate Authority (with the appropriate certificate templates are configured for certificate [web] enrollment). Refer to Microsoft documentation for the installation and configuration for Microsoft software.
|Resolution||RSA knowledge article # 000031583 assumes the customer will have a working Microsoft Domain Controller, Microsoft Active Directory and Microsoft Certificate Authority (with the appropriate certificate templates are configured for certificate [web] enrollment). This knowledge article is only providing an overview of steps for requesting and storing a certificate on the SID800 using RSA Authentication Client 3.6 software on a supported Microsoft Windows workstation.|
From a Microsoft workstation logon the end user will press Ctrl+Alt+Del to logon and may have to switch user to display the tile for Smart card logon. Clicking the Smart card logon tile will prompt the end user to enter the PIN to access the certificate store of the SID800.
Example; where the end user is prompted to enter a PIN:
RSA Authentication Client includes RSA Smart Card Middleware. The Middleware provides a Microsoft Minidriver based on the Microsoft Smart Card Minidriver specification and an implementation of the Public Key Cryptographic Standard #11 (PKCS #11) Application Programming Interface (API). Refer to the RSA Authentication Client for more information.
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