The idea of Aloaha Smartlogin is to support all types of Logon Tokens. For example Memory Sticks, Memory (i2c) Smartcards, PKI Smartcards, Mobiles, etc.
Depending on the type of card used the Aloaha GINA Logon Screen will look different.
PKI or Kerberos Smartcards are Smartcards which are supported by Windows. Either native or via 3rd Party Smartcard Middleware or Minidriver.
For Aloaha to be able decide to treat a smartcard as PKI card or just as Encryption token it requires an entry in the <Installdir>UserPass.ini.
The Middleware- or Smartcard Name has to be set in the Kerberos Section as shown below. The example enables Safenet and Aloaha Smartcard as PKI Token.
PLEASE NOTE: PKI Token can be ONLY used for Domain Users! It is not possible to use them for stand alone machines!
Aloaha Cryptographic Provider=1
Datakey M 330=1
eToken Base Cryptographic Provider=1
A number of tokens is hardcoded as PKI Token in Aloaha. Should you whish to add another token please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
As soon Aloaha detects as PKI Token the Logon GINA will look like: