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=== Manually import a library for smart card===
 
=== Manually import a library for smart card===
'''THIS SETTING IS NECESSARY ONLY IF YOUR CERTIFICATE IS NOT VISUALIZED WHEN ATTEMPTING TO SIGN !'''
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'''THIS SETTING IS NECESSARY ONLY IF YOUR CERTIFICATE IS NOT VISUALIZED WHEN ATTEMPTING TO SIGN OR THE PIN CODE WINDOW IS NOT SHOWING!'''
  
 
1. From menu '''Edit''', select '''Preferences'''
 
1. From menu '''Edit''', select '''Preferences'''

Версия от 09:57, 14 юли 2021

For version Adobe Reader DC

Signing PDF files with Acrobat Reader DC v.2020.006.20034 or newer.

  • You can download the program from HERE


Security setting import

THE SETTING IS IMPORTANT FOR REMOTE RENEWAL/REISSUE OF CERTIFICATE

1. From menu Edit, select Preferences

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2. Make sure that you already download the file - SecuritySettings2.acrobatsecuritysettings, which contains all the necessary settings.

  • IMPORTANT: Do not attempt to open the SecuritySettings2.acrobatsecuritysettings file directly, you must import it through Adobe Acrobat Reader DC.

From Security select Import

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With the correct path to the SecuritySettings2.acrobatsecuritysettings file, a window will be displayed to make the required setting.

Select Import

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Signing documents

1. Open the pdf file/document

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2. From Tools menu, select Certificates

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3. Select Digitally Sign

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4. Use your mouse, click drag and draw the area where you would like the signature to appear

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5. You will be asked to choose the certificate, which you want to use for signing and press Continue

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6. Choose Sign

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7. After you choose your certificate you will be asked to save or overwrite the file.

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8. It will appear a window, which will ask you for the PIN

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9. In the area you've draw it will visualize the names of the signer, date and time of the signing

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Manually import a library for smart card

THIS SETTING IS NECESSARY ONLY IF YOUR CERTIFICATE IS NOT VISUALIZED WHEN ATTEMPTING TO SIGN OR THE PIN CODE WINDOW IS NOT SHOWING!

1. From menu Edit, select Preferences

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2. Select category Signatures (Enhanced) and uncheck "Enable Protected Mode at startup" after that restart Adobe Acrobat Reader DC

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3. From the Signatures category select More for Identities & Trusted certificates.

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4. From Digital IDs select PKCS#11 Modules and Tokens.

Choose Attach Module and specify the path to your smart card library..

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For Windows:

Siemens - C:\WINDOWS\system32\siecap11.dll

Charismathics - C:\WINDOWS\system32\cmP11.dll

Bit4ID - C:\WINDOWS\system32\bit4ipki.dll


For macOS:

OpenSC - /Library/OpenSC/lib/onepin-opensc-pkcs11.so

Bit4ID - /Library/bit4id/pkcs11/libbit4ipki.dylib

Siemens - /usr/local/lib/libsiecap11.dylib


For Linux:

OpenSC - depending on the distribution you are using, it may be in one of the following locations:

  • 64 bit Debian distribution(Debian, Ubuntu, Mint) - /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/opensc-pkcs11.so
  • 32 bit Debian distribution(Debian, Ubuntu, Mint) - /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/opensc-pkcs11.so
  • Older versions of Debian / Ubuntu and 32 bit versions of RedHat/Fedora - /usr/lib/opensc-pkcs11.so
  • 64 bit versions of RedHat/Fedora - /usr/lib64/opensc-pkcs11.so

Bit4ID

  • Standard path - /usr/lib/bit4id/libbit4ipki.so
  • 64 bit versions of RedHat/Fedora - /usr/lib64/libbit4ipki.so

Siemens

  • Standard path - /usr/local/lib/libsiecap11.so


5. If set up correctly, information about your smart card will appear..

Highlight your smart card and press Login. Enter your PIN code, then attempt to sign.

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