From: Martin Gross <martin@pc...> - 2010-05-19 11:19:23
I already spent some days figuring out a solution for my problem - but
unfortunatly without any success... Perhaps I'm missing something, so
I hoped you can help me :)
I installed the latest rdesktop together with the latest eToken
PKI-Client on my computer. To start rdesktop with smartcard-support, I
rdesktop -r scard <Server-IP>
If the eToken is plugged in and I execute the command above,
everything seems to work: The PKI-Client on my machine recognizes the
eToken and the login-window of my Windows-Server I try to connect to
prompts me to enter the PIN-number for the eToken.
But the problem is here:
After I dismiss the PIN-logon-prompt (we don't use the eTokens for
Windows-Logon), login to my remotedesktop-session with
username/password/domain, the eToken isn't present in my remote-desktop.
The PKI-Client on my remote-desktop doesn't find any eToken, neither
are my personal certificates to be found in Internet Explorer's
Certificate Management. So our "SafeGuard LAN-Crypt" isn't able to
uncrypt any documents (as it can't find the private key stored on the
Can anybody please give me a clue, what I'm doing wrong here?
Thanks a lot!