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This article provides installation requirements and interoperability data for Digital Access component.
Smart ID Digital Access component comes as a virtual appliance 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.
* For proof of concept and testing VMware Fusion, VMware Workstation/Server or VirtualBox can be used.
** For proof of concept and testing Hyper-V running on desktops can be used.
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:
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:
The following browsers are supported for the portal, administrator, federation, and web authentication:
The following operating systems are supported for TruID:
The following operating systems are supported for the Access client:
The following browsers are supported for the access client:
This section contains details on the AccessNow compatibility for server client and target system.
Supported target server OS
Supported target client OS
Supported client browsers
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.
This article is valid for Digital Access 6.0.5/Smart ID 21.04 and later.