Resources for IT Professionals. My device is clearly connected, and the driver is communicating with the reader. The smart card may be defective. So what is the problem? This prevents the service from managing the status.
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How satisfied are you with this response? In case of internal devices, you may have to reboot the reaeer. Hi JonathonReinhart, sorry to hijack this post but I have the exact same issue, do you ever find a solution? To make it work disconnect the reader and connect it back.
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MaheshDesh Replied on May 23, My device is clearly connected, and the driver is communicating with the reader. If this error persists, your smart card or reader may not be functioning correctly.
Office Office Exchange Server. Thursday, April 23, 5: I have the same problem, do you find a solution? The device may already be in use or may be defective. Jonathon Reinhart 1, 6 25 Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help and unmark them if they provide no help. You can help reeader yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number.
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In fact, the same reader connected to a Windows 7 VM on the same physical machine works just fine! By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. This occurs if the od manager attempts to cancel a command to the smart card reader when the smart card service is shutting down or after a smart card is removed from the smart card reader and the command could not to be canceled.
Babu V Replied on January 10, This topic for the IT professional and smart card developer describes events that are related to smart card deployment and development.
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This thread is locked. This information is required to determine the correct driver. I have the same question This occurs when a smart card reader fails several times to respond properly to the IOCTL, which indicates whether a smart card is present in the reader. There should be some readers already. Hi Saxon, The error indicate the service is open a communication channel rexder the smart card reader. Smart Card logon is not supported for your account Now, when I look in the event logs I see the following: The specified request is not a valid operation for the target device.
The smart card may be defective. Instead, the name is constructed from three device attributes that are queried directly from the smart card reader driver. I finally thought to look at the system log, and noticed the following errors upon smart card insertion: I’m running Windows 7 Ultimate with SP1.
Best Regards, Anna Wang Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help and unmark them if they provide no help. I am not sure if this is effecting it or just a coincidental error.