Nexus' software components have new names:

Nexus PRIME -> Smart ID Identity Manager
Nexus Certificate Manager -> Smart ID Certificate Manager
Nexus Hybrid Access Gateway -> Smart ID Digital Access component
Nexus Personal -> Smart ID clients

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Smart ID Digital Access component is deployed as docker containers and boasts simplified administration with easier deployments, upgrades and maintenance. 

This article contains requirements and interoperability details for the setup and the different parts of Digital Access component.

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Requirements

Docker

  • Docker client and engine version 20.10.0 or later
  • Docker Compose version 1.25.5 or later and Docker Compose file version 3.7 or later

Supported host operating systems

  • Linux that supports the Docker and Docker Compose versions above
  • Tested on Ubuntu 18.04, 20.04, RHEL 7.9, RHEL 8.1

Digital Access component stores its user representation in a database, the appliance comes with a built-in database (PostgreSQL). That means there are no requirements for external databases to get started. To read more about external database, see Database service.

The following databases has been explicitly verified:

  • MS SQL Server 2012 and later
  • MySQL 5.7 and later 
  • MS Azure SQL
  • MariaDB 10.5.4-focal and later
  • Oracle 12c Release 2 (12.2.0.1.0), Oracle 11g Release 2 (11.2) and Oracle 19c (19.3) 
  • PostgreSQL 9.1 and later

Digital Access component can link to existing users stored in a directory (LDAP). The virtual appliance is fully LDAP v3 compliant for connecting to these user storages.

The following directories has been explicitly verified:

  • Microsoft Active Directory 2003 or later 
  • Novell eDirectory 
  • OpenLDAP 
  • Sun Java system Directory Server 
  • Oracle Internet Directory (tested for authentication) 
  • Tivoli Directory Server (tested for authentication) 
  • IBM RACF LDAP (tested for authentication)

Interoperability data

The following browsers are supported for the portal, administrator, federation, and web authentication:

  • Windows 
    • Chrome 13+ 
    • Firefox 6+ 
    • Microsoft Edge 
    • Opera 12+ 
  • Mac OS X 
    • Safari 5.1+ 
    • Chrome 38+ 
    • Firefox 6+ 
    • Opera 10+ 
  • Linux 
    • Chrome 48+
    • Firefox 31+ 
  • iOS 
    • Safari 6.0+ 
    • Chrome 19+ 
  • Android 
    • Chrome 51+

The following operating systems are supported for TruID:

  • Windows XP 
  • Windows Vista 
  • Windows 7 
  • Windows 8 
  • Windows 10 
  • iOS 7+ 
  • Android 4.4+ 
  • Blackberry 10+ 
  • MIDP 2.1
  • Mac OS 10.6+ (Snow Leopard)

Operating systems

The following operating systems are supported for the Access client:

  • Windows 7 
  • Windows 8 
  • Windows 10
  • Windows Server 2016 64 Bit
  • Windows Server 2012 64 bit

  • Windows Server 2008 64 bit

  • Mac OS X 10.11 and higher

Browsers

The following browsers are supported for the access client:

  • Internet Explorer 10+ 
  • Edge 25+ 
  • Chrome 45+ 
  • Firefox 40+

Server Message Block (SMB) is a network protocol used to share files across systems. It is used to write to the log files in Digital Access. From Digital Access version 6.0.3, SMB version 2.0 or 2.1 is required.