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GidsApp User Guide - GidsApp certificate application process(3/7)

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GidsApp User Guide - GidsApp certificate application process(3/7)

Postby JavaCardOS » Mon Jan 09, 2017 11:00 pm

    Before applying for the certificate, you need to set up smart card certificate management environment.

    There are two ways to apply for smart card certificate.

    The first way: Use InternetExplorer To apply for the certificate.

    1.Open Internet Explorer, enter the url which is used to issue smart card certificate (e.g. https://*.*.*.*/certsrv/certrqma.asp), press Enter. Select "Smartcard User" for Certificate Template option, and select "Microsoft Base Smart Card Crypto Provider" for CSP option.
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    2.Click Submit. The Windows Security dialog box will pop up, please enter your initial PIN and click on OK.
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    3.Click Yes.
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    4.Click "Install this certificate" until the certificate is installed successfully.
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    The second way: Use the certificate manager to apply for the certificate.

    1.On any PC in the domain, press "Win+R" keys to start "Run" dialog box, type "mmc" to open Console.
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    2.Select "File -> Add/Remove Snap-in..."
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    3.In the pop-up window, click"Certificates -> Add".
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    4.Choose "My user account" and click "Finish" to open Certificates Manager.
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    5.Click "OK".
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    6."Personal", right click "Certificates -> All Tasks -> Request new Certificate":
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    7.Click "Next".
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    8.Select certificate authority and click "Next":
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    9.Check "Smartcard User" templates, click"Properties" to modify the CSP and key length.
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    10.Click "Private Key" tab and check V mark on the left side of option "Microsoft Base Smart Card Crypto Provider(Encryption)",also select Key size from the drop down list and click "OK".
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    11.The configuration is completed. Click "Enroll" to issue certificate.
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    12.Follow the prompt and enter your PIN, click "OK".
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    14.After the certificate is successfully installed, click "Finish".
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