Looking at the Large Business configuration options I can see. I checked Dell’s drivers and downloads for your laptop but I did not see anything related to the smartCard reader. I have absolutely no idea whatsoever regarding what and how I can use a smartcard reader; please excuse my ignorance. With Linux, the builtin readers sometimes cause problems because there are no available drivers. How do I read from and write to a smart card using a smartcard reader? If you boot knoppix and do a lspci -v , it should list all pci devices and you might get more details about your device.
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Do you already have an account? Questions Tags Users Badges Unanswered. AsteroidOS is an open-source operating system for smartwatches hmscottMay 20,in forum: Im trying to configure an e on the dell site, but there is no option to select a cardreader built in.
dell latitude – SmartCard reader – Super User
The only options i get for smartcard reader are under “security”: With Linux, the builtin readers dell latitude e6410 contacted smartcard cause problems because there are no available drivers. Still cannot see how i can specify this from the dell configuration page. How do I read from and write to a smart card using a smartcard reader? Assuming you have a working smart latituude reader, the software depends more in the type of cards you want to use rather than the reader.
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SmartCard readers usually have their own custom ccontacted. You will need a functioning smart card reader driver, if you’re using Windows, you probably have it installed with the Dell software. Share This Page Tweet.
Sign up using Facebook. Based on the description, it looks like the smartCard reader is intended to be used kinda like a fingerprint reader to allow laittude based on a security card.
I checked Dell’s drivers and downloads for your laptop but I did not see anything related to dell latitude e6410 contacted smartcard smartCard reader. The standard SmartCard slot is standard and actually not part of the palmrestand the contactless is an option. You should be able to find more information on the manufacturer’s dell latitude e6410 contacted smartcard. The contactless one is an option. If your machine did not come with the proper software and the Dell software page does not list it, you can see if you can find the model number or manufacturer of the smartCard reader in device manager and download the software from them.
e6410 smart card reader. is it included in all palmrests?
No, create an account now. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I have a Dell D which has a builtin smart card reader.
I’ve got the dell latitude e6410 contacted smartcard in the side I think it is standard but no contactless reader.