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For over 10 years, Gemalto has provided a lightweight management portal for their .NET smart cards called Device Administration Service, or DAS. More recently it has been called IDAdmin 100.
As of July 1, 2015 the DAS portal will be discontinued.
Gemalto now offers a much more robust Card Management System called IDAdmin 200. To help DAS users migrate to the new system, we are offering the one-time Admin license (normally $682.50) at no charge and a 25% discount on the user licenses, through July 1.
ID Admin 200 offers the following features, most of which were not available with DAS:
-Smart card & certificate lifecycle management
-Self-hosted solution with no dedicated servers
-Card printing & extended batch processing
-Secure repository & full traceability
-Larger set of supported smart cards
Smart Card Lifecycle
All smart card operations within IDAdmin 200 focus on the lifecycle of the smart cards. To graphically visualize the lifecycle, a state diagram is used. This state diagram always informs the operator what state the selected smart card is in, and available actions/processes from this state. The same diagram is also used by the administrator when configuring the processes.
Fast Installation, High Security, No Dedicated Servers, Low TCO
IDAdmin 200 is client-server based. It streamlines all aspects of smartcard management by easily connecting to enterprise directories, certificate authorities, smart card printers, external databases, physical access control systems, etc. IDAdmin 200 has been designed for having several operators and users working in parallel without a need for synchronization and each operator only needs to have access to the operator application and the operator’s operator smart card.
Client/Operator/User Self-service: MS Windows 7, 8, 2008, 2012
Server: MS Windows 2008, 2012
Supported Smart Cards
Gemalto IDPrime .NET 510 (Standard .NET card)
Gemalto IDPrime .NET 5500
Gemalto IDPrime MD 3810
Gemalto IDPrime MD 830
Gemalto IDPrime MD 840/3840
Gemalto IDPrime PIV Card v2.0
Gemalto IDBridge K3000
Safenet eToken PRO
Mifare DESFIRE EV1
MS Minidriver enabled cards
PIN mailers (both email and regular mail)
Smart Card Readers
User directory: MS AD and LDAP v2/v3
Card DB: SQL comp or local file
Certificate Authority: MS CA, Entrust, Symantec MPKI and EJBCA
MS event handler
Migration path to and from MS FIM/CLM
Upgrade path from vSEC:CMS K-Series
Upgrade path from Gemalto IDAdmin 100/DAS
vSEC:CMS Plugin API
Secure key storage
Secure backup and synchronization of databases
Disaster recovery for stolen/lost tokens
Encrypted audit log
Granular access control
Approval work flows
Connects logical and physical access control
Key archival and key restore processes
Support for fingerprint template management
The system is tested and is functional with 100 000 registered user smart cards and 50 parallel operators interacting with the system.
ColorID is set to attend the upcoming NACCU Regional Workshop at University of Notre Dame. Join us at this event, this coming July 28th - 29th by registering at the below link.
The workshop will cover a number of roundtable discussions on the higher education industry, leadership, card program basics/development/marketing as well as a tour of the University of Notre Dame campus.
ColorID will be involved throughout the workshop as well as having an exhibit displayed to answer any questions regarding your current or future card program needs.
Check out our very own David Stallsmith talk about how biometrics are revolutionizing security in the higher education sector with NACAS TV.
If you'd like to learn more about biometrics and how they can work in your existing physical, logical or transaction systems contact ColorID today.