The Aloaha Credential Provider supports a broad range of security token. Depending on the token the tile itself looks different.
PKI/Kerberos Cards are cards which are nativly supported by windows or via 3rd party smartcard middleware. Furthermore the machine has to be a member of a domain.
For Aloaha to detect a card as PKI/Kerberos Card it has to be registered as such in <installdir>Userpass.ini
Aloaha Cryptographic Provider=1
Datakey M 330=1
eToken Base Cryptographic Provider=1
The Smartcard Name or the Middleware Name has to be set to 1 for Aloaha to detect the token as supported PKI Token.
Once Aloaha detects a card as PKI Token the tile looks like below:
For all other logon token the tile looks generic like:
In some cases the Username is NOT required since the token itself contains already the username. In that case the field can be just left blank. It is also possible to hide the Username field if in <installdir>Userpass.ini the following keys are set:
After a reboot the tile will look like: