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
This article describes the main features of Smart ID Desktop App.
Windows-related use cases, such as these:
Windows logon, logging in to a PC or laptopTLS client cert authentication in Microsoft EdgeRemote access using VPN or direct accessNative app integration through MS crypto APIs CAPI or CNGSecure email using S/MIMEIndependently of Smart ID Desktop App, the following use cases also apply:Document protection by signing or encryptionBitLocker drive encryption for data volumes If you connect to another computer using remote desktop, the virtual smart card on the remote computer is disabled.
Independently of Smart ID Desktop App, the following use cases also apply:
If you connect to another computer using remote desktop, the virtual smart card on the remote computer is disabled.
Integrate PKCS#11 clients with the virtual smart card, for example with Firefox.
Modern user interface which allows the user to:
For more information on language support etc, see Smart ID Desktop App requirements and interoperability.
Integrated into the overall Nexus Smart ID architecture for:
For more information on use cases, see Virtual smart card management in Smart ID.
Virtual smart cards have the same level of security as a physical smart card:
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