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Smart Card logon into Vista 64 using Windows Default Credential Provider.

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Old 12-17-2009
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Smart Card logon into Vista 64 using Windows Default Credential Provider.

Hi All,
I am doing smart card logon on Vista 64 bit machine (with Service pack
2 installed) using default Windows Credential Provider Tile and
certificate on my smart card. My CSP is signed by Microsoft.

When I insert smart card, Windows default credential provider tries to
read the certificate present in smart card. After few seconds, it gives
the following error \"No Valid certificates found Check that the card is
inserted correctly and fits tightly\".

When I look into logs (generated by CSP and PKCS #11), I found that
LSASS.exe never comes into picture which is responsible for doing
authentication.

I also found that svchost tries to enquire few properties using
GetProvParam function (like container name, reader name, etc.). All
these calls are successful, but there is no log from LSASS.exe

*My CSP works fine in Vista 32-bit environment* i.e. i am able to login
into vista 32 bit through smart card.

Is there anyone who has successfully logged into Vista 64-bit machine
using certificate on smart card?
Can anyone figure out where i am going wrong?

Regards
vonny


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Old 12-18-2009
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Re: Smart Card logon into Vista 64 using Windows Default Credential Provider.

Any one from Microsoft, Please acknowledge this post.


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Old 12-18-2009
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Old 12-18-2009
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Re: Smart Card logon into Vista 64 using Windows Default Credential Provider.
"vonny" <guest@unknown-email.com> wrote in message
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Although it is possible someone from Microsoft might read this and
respond to you, it is not guaranteed as this is more like a users group
for Microsoft's products than it is a channel for support directly from
Microsoft. Most posters here do *not* work for Microsoft.

Have you tried Microsoft support?


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