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You may need to check with your IT department to verify this.
Please follow guidance here to update / downgrade your CAC reader.To use your CAC with your Mac, use the Mac Notes page.Please verify in step 6 which CAC enablers will with work with your version of Mac OS.Problem 9: You have Activ Client installed on your computer, but do not use your CAC reader that often AND you are tired of the annoying message that pops up telling you you do not have a CAC reader plugged in.Solution 9: Follow the guidance in this guide to disable the message.Windows 7 (64 bit) users who have the IO Gear GSR-202 CAC reader [and are having problems with the reader not staying in device manager after the computer is restarted] should Install the driver from IOGear then restart the computer to fix the problem.
This has worked for some people, others are still having the problem.
NOTE: This will only work if you were the last person to logon to this computer.
Solution 2-6: If you are a dual CAC holder, and trying to access your computer when away from the office.
If you have been issued a new CAC since 1 February 2016 and are having problems accessing CAC enabled websites, you may have a CA certificate above 33 and need to update your Do D certificates on your computer.
Solution 1-2: Have another person logon to the computer with their CAC.
Solution 2-10: You may be trying to login to your computer with your FASC-N (16 digit) certificate rather than your EDI-PI (10 digit) certificate, select the certificate that is only 10 digits long instead of 16 digits.