Smart Card Troubleshooting Guide
Applies To: Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2
Smart cards are a tamper-resistant, portable way to provide security solutions for tasks such as client authentication, code signing, securing e-mail, and logging on to a Windows Server–based domain.
Smart cards provide:
Tamper-resistant storage for protecting private keys and other forms of personal information.
Isolation of security-critical computations involving authentication, digital signatures, and key exchange from other parts of the computer. The security-critical operations are all performed on the smart card.
Portability of credentials and other private information between computers at work, home, or on the road.
This guide provides troubleshooting and other information for smart cards.
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