Token Based Signing using Remote Desktop

Token Based Signing using Remote Desktop

Introduction

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Process

The diagram below shows the correct way on how to set up a remote desktop for token based signing. 

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Prerequisites

  • Make sure you have the correct drivers installed on BOTH the LOCAL and REMOTE systems, before proceeding. 
  • Make sure the certificate and token are being read on the Local Machine before worrying about the Remote System. 
  • Make sure that you have Smart Card Resources shared. You can follow the guidelines below:  
  1. When the RDP starts (prior to connecting), click the Show Options button. 
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  2. Now, go to the Local Resources tab, and click More Options.
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  3. Tick the Smart Cards option to make sure you it is enabled. Then, click Connect when done.
      
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  4. Now go to the Safenet Authentication Client Tools, then Advanced View, and make sure your Token is present, and the Certificates are present on the token. token_6.png

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