How do I fix my active client?
Highlight the ActivClient and select Change. Select Repair and the install should work. Solution 3-2: Uninstall Firefox, restart computer, reinstall ActivClient again, then reinstall Firefox again.
Is ActivClient required?
MOST WINDOWS 8, 8.1, 10, & 11 USERS DO NOT NEED ActivClient: Some Windows 10 users are experiencing an issue where it won’t complete the install and rolls back.
Where can I buy ActivClient?
You can easily access ActivClient through your AKO (Army Knowledge Online) portal. Just be sure you’re choosing the right program. There’s ActivClient 7.1 options for both 64-bit and 32-bit Windows. NOTE: In order to best use these links, right click the link and select “Copy Link Address”.
What is ActivClient software?
ActivClient is the main DoD CAC software. ActivClient is the smart card middleware from HID that allows government organizations to easily use smart cards and USB tokens for a wide variety of desktop, network security and productivity applications.
What is Actividentity ActivClient?
ActivID ActivClient software guards against an ever-changing threat landscape by providing organizations with risk-appropriate and secure access to corporate IT assets. ActivClient allows organizations to move beyond simple passwords and deploy the best strong authentication solution for their environment.
What is ActivClient middleware?
ActivClient middleware is smart card software that enables computer applications to talk to the computer chip on the HHS smart card ID badge. ActivClient is licensed by HHS for use by NIH smart card badge holders. The ActivClient license is per badge, not per computer.
What is Active Client x64?
What is ActivClient x64? ActivClient middleware is smart card software that enables computer applications to talk to the computer chip on the HHS smart card ID badge. ActivClient is licensed by HHS for use by NIH smart card badge holders.
How do I use a CAC reader on Windows 10?
For Windows 10 Users:
- Right Click the Windows Logo found in the lower left-hand corner of your screen.
- Click System, then Device Manager.
- Scroll down to where it says Smart Card Readers and click on the little triangle next to it to get started.
How do I setup my CAC reader?
You can get started using your CAC by following these basic steps:
- Get a card reader.
- Install middleware, if necessary.
- Install DoD root certificates with InstallRoot (32-bit, 64-bit or Non Administrator).
- Make certificates available to your operating system and/or browser, if necessary.