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Certificate ActiveX Control

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by Barbara2013, Jan 14, 2013.

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  1. Barbara2013

    Barbara2013 Thread Starter

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    Hello- I am unable to retrieve a digital certificate to my Smart Card.The error msg reads: Unable to detect the required ActiveX Control: IdenTrust Certificate Enrollmrnt Control. My have a laptop running Windows Vista-32 bit. According to the instructions, I have to use the IE browser. I possess the applicable rights to the computer. This is what I already done:1) gone into Internet Options and Reset All Zones to Default Level; 2) Disabled some Add-ons; 3) Restarted the system. Pls assist to install or add-on the ActiveX Control required for retrieval.
    Thx,
    Barb
     
  2. Barbara2013

    Barbara2013 Thread Starter

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    Hello-

    In renewing my ECA Certificate with IdenTrust, Iam unable to retrieve the digital certificate. In the below table, this is theerror message I continue to get, even after following the instructions.

    Either my computer system or the Smart Reader(that I have plugged in), is unable to detect the required ActiveX Control:IdenTrust Certificate Enrollment Control or it’s something else.

    Ipossess the applicable rights on my computer so that I can complete theprocess. So I don’t know why I am not seeing theinformation bar that is trying to install something on my computer-unless it is being blocked by its firewall.

    Some of the things I have already tried are: 1) Disabled some add-ons; 2) Reset the Internet Zones to Default Levels; and 3) Restart the system.

    Please assist me to install the ActiveX Control required forretrieval.
    Thx
    BR


     
  3. Cookiegal

    Cookiegal Administrator Malware Specialist Coordinator

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    Please do not start more than one thread for the same issue. I've merged both of your threads together since the information contained is not identical. I've also moved the thread to the Windows Vista forum.
     
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