macOS High Sierra Compatiblity

Update - September 21, 2017

PKard for Mac v1.7


PKard for Mac v1.7 works as expected with macOS High Sierra.

After upgrading to High Sierra, you may need to reinstall PKard for Mac.

We have also become aware of a situation where the PKard Assistant doesn't display the card information, even though the install was successful.  Please launch Keychain Access from the Utilities folder, then put your card in the reader. If your card shows up at the top of the list of Keychains on the left (above the word 'login'), then PKard is installed and working. You should be able to launch Safari or Google Chrome and access the sites you need.

If you have any questions, please contact our Support Department.

DAVE v13


DAVE v13 is no longer supported. Please see the End of Life announcement.

DAVE v13 has been shown to work as expected once installed. Changes in security in the latest OS require that kernel extensions be allowed by the user. This currently causes the Setup Assistant to crash. The steps for installation would be to run the installer and begin the Setup Assistant. At the point where the extension is loaded, the Setup Assistant will quit, and the user will need to approve the Kernel Extension in the System Preferences, then run the Setup Assistant again.

ADmitMac v10


ADmitMac v10 is no longer supported. Please see the End of Life announcement.

ADmitMac v10 has been shown to work as expected once installed. Changes in security in the latest OS require that kernel extensions be allowed by the user. This currently causes the Setup Assistant to crash. The steps for installation are: 1) run the installer and begin the Setup Assistant, 2) at the point where the extension is loaded, the Setup Assistant will quit, 3) approve the Kernel Extension in the System Preferences, and 4) re-run the Setup Assistant (from /Library/Application Support/ADmitMac/).