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Gemalto Card Reader Driver Windows Xp
I read a lot of subject about this card reader but no one helped my issue.
I’m not able to use a Gemalto Ezio Shield Pro, card reader with a Wyse 3340 (ThinOS).
The Wyse detect it in the event log, but when I look at the Device Manager, it’s not here.
Windows RDS 2016
Gemalto Ezio Shield PRO
By cons it works when I use RDP on a computer because it redirects the USB ports and drivers. So I think that it come from the Wyse.
I have this configuration on the WNOS.INI :
Someone know how to make it works ?
Thank you !
This is not just a smartcard reader. It is one with a pinpad. This makes it a bit more complicate.
Have you tried to ForceRedirect it?
I’ve ran into similar issues, ended up getting a few of these in for use;
Does the job nicely.
We’ve also got the same card readers from the bank but they simply don’t like to redirect consistently when using ThinOS for us. The keyboards work fine which is fine for now but having to use such a legacy solution is painful.
Out of interest, what version of ThinOS are you running and are you configuring your terminals via WMS, or WNOS.ini files?
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This section provides installation information that is specific to smart card reader drivers for Microsoft Windows.
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Vendors that supply their own reader drivers should make each driver a member of the SmartCardReader setup class in the INF Version Section of the driver's INF file. Vendors must also add a section to properly configure the smartcard services. For example:
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Vendors that supply their own UMDF reader driver need a registry setting to allow PnP filter drivers to sit on top of the UMDF reflector. Specifically, in the driver INF file, this entry is needed:
There are no other special requirements that are associated with installing smart card reader drivers.
For general information about device installation in Windows, see Device Installation Overview.