Nexus PRIME -> Smart ID Identity Manager
Nexus Certificate Manager -> Smart ID Certificate Manager
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Nexus Personal -> Smart ID clients
This article describes the start order for starting Smart ID Certificate Manager (CM) server components on Windows. Use this instruction if you want to start the CM server components manually. Normally, the server components are configured to start automatically. For Linux, see Start Certificate Manager server components on Linux.
The CM server components are installed and run as services. They will be started automatically when the CM operator starts the relevant server.
This is the recommended server component start-up sequence:
If a Hardware Security Module (HSM) is used with the CIS server, it must be powered on and have been configured. Refer to the manufacturer's documentation for the necessary instructions.
The SQL database server must have been configured to be automatically started.
This instruction describes the case where there is only one service - CF. In this case, CF also handles the CIS functionality.
This instruction describes the case where CIS is used separately from CF.
If at least one device requires a PIN that is not configured and not using a PIN pad, the CIS service will start a temporary web server and wait until the required PIN codes are entered in a web browser, see Start and configure password server in Certificate Manager.
Should an error occur while the service attempts to start, an error code and a short description are printed to the log file. Use a text editor to read the log file.
Click the Restart Service icon to restart the service.
Restart the services in the order shown in "Start-up sequence" above.
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