We have 2 DC on my local network (Windows 2008 Standard SP2 + Windows 2000 SP4) but the Microsoft Certificate authority is installed on one Windows 2003 Server and issued the certificate for the users for the SMART CARD LOGON which are registered on the
Smart card device.
Also, we have about 20 pc's client, many with Windows XP and someones with Windows 7 on the same network without any problems.
We get the following error when i try to login with SMART CARD (ETOKEN) from only one laptop with Windows 7 Professional (32 bits)
THE SYSTEM COULD NOT LOG YOU ON. YOUR CREDENTIALS COULD NOT BE VERIFIED
All the rest computers logon succefully on the domain doing the same process. I've checked all that I could following the proposed links in this forum for a similar problem without success.
Thanks for your answer. I have verified the Event Log between the computer with the problem described and another one that works ok on SMART CARD LOGON. Both are Windows 7 Proffesional OS. I have not detected any difference.
I read the link "You cannot use a smart card certificate to log on to a domain from a Windows Vista-based or a Windows Server 2008-based client computer":
I don't known, but seems as if laptop with the problem are looking and not find EKU in the certificate.
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