Compatibility


PKard Reader & iOS 10 - WARNING!

UPDATE - October 24, 2016

iOS 10.1 was released today and does fix the Apple bug causing this issue. 

 

UPDATE - October 12, 2016

Over the past week, we've received several reports from customers that the public beta of iOS 10.1 corrects the bug that keeps the phone from seeing the reader.

 

UPDATE - September 23, 2016

Apple released iOS 10.0.2 today, September 23rd. Our testing shows that this DOES NOT fix the bug affecting our readers. 

 

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SCR 3500A and OS X

Identive has released a new version of their 3500 reader with the model number of SCR 3500 A.  This reader is not natively supported by the Mac OS, and can be misleading as the reader will show up in the Mac's System Information and in the PKard Assistant.  We have been asked to inform our customers to go to Identive's FAQ page in order to obtain new drivers for this reader.
 
 
 
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Will you be supporting OS X 10.11 El Capitan?

The current versions of all products support OS X 10.11 El Capitan.

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PKard for Good Technology now supports iOS 9

PKard for Good v2.1 has been released to support iOS 9 and the latest versions of Good for Enterprise.  If you have any questions about PKard for Good, please contact our Support Department at support@thursby.com .

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Will you be supporting OS X 10.10 Yosemite?

The current versions of all products support OS X 10.10 Yosemite

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Does DAVE work with UNIX, Linux or BSD?

DAVE allows your Mac to communicate with Windows computers and servers for the purpose of sharing files and printers. Although DAVE formally supports only Microsoft operating systems, we offer limited support for non-Microsoft systems. If your UNIX/Linux platform is running an SMB server such as Samba, DAVE will likely communicate with it. Though DAVE is optimized for Windows networking, current versions of Samba server can be assumed to work.

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Do ADmitMac and DAVE support .lnk (shortcut) files?

Our products support '.lnk' files in most cases.

If the link is a link to a file in the same share, double clicking the link will open the file.

If the link is a link in a different share, double clicking the link will cause the share to be mounted, and the file to be opened.

Not all targets of link files will be accessible to the Mac. For example, a link may refer to a file that is not in a shared folder. In this case, opening the link on a Macintosh will result in an error dialog:

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When I try to access my Windows computer with DAVE, why am I prompted for a username, password and domain even though I don't have a domain network?

If you use DAVE to access a Windows NT, 2000 or XP computer, the PC will request authentication. This authentication is similar to the Domain authentication required when using Microsoft's server line of products. If you are not in a domain environment, you can just leave that field blank.

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