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Smart Card driver upload to EPS server problem

I cant upload smart card driver to CP Endpoint Security server for User Authentication (OneCheck) policy, Preboot Authentication Settings. 

Im using CP SmartEndpoint console.

P.S. - Client version E80.71.0232, Server version R77.30.

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Re: Smart Card driver upload to EPS server problem

Have you engaged with our TAC on this yet? Contact Support | Check Point Software 

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Re: Smart Card driver upload to EPS server problem

We have contacted or local CP partners and opened Service Request.

P.S.

I found this information on CP forum:

Check Point Forums : OneCheck token driver import ... 

Re: Smart Card driver upload to EPS server problem

Is there a solution of this problem?

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Re: Smart Card driver upload to EPS server problem

Latest replay from CP was:

Using the 'Connect all controllers' boot option makes the card to show up successfully.
However, we don't have a UEFI driver ( only BIOS ) for this card.

So we opened RFE.

Re: Smart Card driver upload to EPS server problem

Ok - thanks.. is that an option in the EPS Server or your client?

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Re: Smart Card driver upload to EPS server problem

On client side

Re: Smart Card driver upload to EPS server problem

Update - We have some progress with this problem. Turns out there is Lists from Checkpoint with supported SmartCard models. Lists ar two, one for BIOS supported cards, other is for UEFI supported cards.

   So, comes out, that problem can be not only with card reader, but with card model also.

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