Activcard Usb Reader V2.0 Driver Download For Mac
ActivCard USB Reader V2 is a reliable, high performance device that complies with industry standards to ensure smooth deployment in any enterprise. Unlike other USB smart card readers, the ActivCard USB Reader includes driver support of Windows NT4 and comprehensive diagnostics tools for troubleshooting. ActivCard USB Reader is seamlessly integrated into the ActivCard digital identity management solution - eliminating compatibility problems and ultimately reducing administrative costs.
activcard usb reader v2.0 driver download for mac
I see the CAC reader in the USB listing, I even reinstalled the drivers for my SCR3310,v2 CAC reader. However, after the system upgraded to Monterey...poof, I can no longer get into any sites that require my CAC. I also went into Military CAC and deleted, then reinstalled my certificates.
Initially did it without the drivers before the suggestion was to install them. This all happened "after" Monterey upgraded on my system. Before that, no problems using the CAC. Bought a new CAC just to see if that does the trick....it still does not "prompt" for certificates although it clearly shows it as functional in the Systems Report and even after going into the terminal using the "pcsctest" command which shows "Command Successful" and the reader listed as SCR3310.
VA does not maintain an exhaustive list of smart card readers that DO NOT work. It should be noted that the SCR331 (not to be confused with SCR3310) readers DO NOT work with the newer smart cards nor on Macintosh computers. The SCR331 model may have been issued by the VA to users in the past. Some devices include an integrated smart card reader (such as laptops or keyboards). While these may work with appropriate drivers, VA recommends the purchase and use of an external smart card reader for all non-VA equipment.
SOLUTION 1 - Verify if minimum system requirement is met. SanDisk card readers support Windows Vista, Windows XP SP2 and Windows 2000 SP4, Windows 7.NOTE: No additional drivers need to be downloaded for the card readers as they are native to the above mentioned supported operating systems.For Mac users, see Troubleshooting USB device on MacSOLUTION 2 - Verify the reader's status under Device Manager.STEP 1 - Connect the reader to the PCNOTE: It is recommended that you plug your card reader to the back USB port on your PC to ensure that there is enough power from the USB port for the card reader to be detected properly.STEP 2 - Check under Device Manager1. Right-click My Computer.2. Select Manage.3. On the left pane, click Device Manager.NOTE: The card reader will appear in two places: Disk Drives and Universal Serial Bus controls as USB Mass Storage. If there is a yellow exclamation point (!) or question mark (?) next to the device, try to refresh the drivers.STEP 3 - Refresh the drivers1. Right-click the entry with the error mark, select Uninstall.2. On the top menu, click Action, and then click Scan for hardware changes.STEP 4 - Verify if the reader is detected1. Double-click My Computer.2. Look for the card reader under Devices with removable storage.SOLUTION 3 - Try other USB ports.A yellow exclamation point (!) under Device Manager usually means that the device is not receiving enough power. If the reader is not receiving ample amount of power from the USB port, it may not function properly.SOLUTION 4 - Change the drive lettersNOTE: The SDDR-89, SDDR-189, SDDR-289 reader should show 4 drive letters under My Computer.