On 17/11/17 16:09, Matthias Apitz wrote: > It seems that the USB token is fine, but the Card is not (see > attachment).
I don't use Windows myself, but AFAIK, this is normal and not a problem. AFAIK, the exclamation mark triangle on the smartcard means that the OS has no driver to work with that specific smartcard. But GnuPG communicates directly with the smartcard; the "driver" so to speak is inside GnuPG. In fact, if you found another OS-level driver that is happy to work with your smartcard, you are probably /creating/ an issue since it will keep a lock on the smartcard so GnuPG no longer can get access to it. While shared access to a smartcard is not impossible per se, often you'll find that programs want exclusive access, and you can't use two programs with the same smartcard at the same time. An exclamation mark triangle on the /reader/ would probably indicate an issue, but an exclamation mark triangle on the /smartcard/ is probably for the best. Still, I've only used different types of smartcards on Windows, and only very sporadically, so I don't think I can be of much further help. HTH, Peter. -- I use the GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) in combination with Enigmail. You can send me encrypted mail if you want some privacy. My key is available at <http://digitalbrains.com/2012/openpgp-key-peter>
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