|Feb 6, 2010, 12:57 PM||#1|
DOD CAC Reader help on a MacBook Pro
First post as I just got my first Mac Last week. Overall I love it, but can not get it to work with any Navy CAC required sites. I am running OS 10.6.2 and have a SCR 331 CAC reader. I have followed all the instructions from this very informative website:
but I still can not get it to work. The Card reader works, recognizes my password but will not access the websites. When I look at my certificates all three show up and I have listed the URL to all three via the "New Identify preference" option.
One thing that I did not do was upgrade/check the software for the card reader because it appears to work and I was told I would not need to.
I am considering using Windows via Bootcamp because I absolutely need access to these sites but I really don't want to do that.
Will Apple provide any support regarding CAC issues?
|Feb 6, 2010, 01:07 PM||#2|
You might check this thread for some inspiration, otherwise check the software for the card reader anyways.
Got a problem? Check here first.
|Feb 6, 2010, 07:21 PM||#3|
Thanks Miles - I actually posted there but did not get a response. I will continue to monitor that thread and will try updating the card reader software as you suggest.
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