This article discusses the features and known issues of the ICCD Smart Card Driver. The ICCD Smart Card Driver is included in Windows Feature Pack for Storage 1.0.
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Release Date: January 19, 2009
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The Smart Card ICCD Reader Driver provides support for USB-ICCD-compliant smart card devices in Windows products.
As requested by hardware vendors, this new smart card driver provides USB-ICCD device support and improved stability and robustness. USB-ICCD device support enables Windows products to work seamlessly with ICCD smart card devices in a variety of scenarios, such as authentication and encryption. Additionally, this is the first of the smart card reader drivers to be moved to the User-Mode Driver Framework (UMDF) for increased robustness in the following Windows operating systems:
- Windows Server 2008
- Windows Vista
- Windows XP
Key featuresKey features include the following:
- Support for USB-ICCD-compliant smart card devices
- Improved driver stability
Known issuesRemote wake-up is not supported because of the limitations of the UMDF driver.
Article ID: 952013 - Last Review: Apr 13, 2009 - Revision: 1