Indeed Certificate Manager 4.4 and Indeed AirKey Enterprise 1.6

Here is a release of Indeed Certificate Manager 4.4 and Indeed AirKey Enterprise 1.6. Indeed Identity team has been working hard to make the products more sophisticated and usable. Take a closer look at all their functional and visual changes.


Indeed CM scenario of taking under control the devices with the administrator’s unique PIN-code has become easier. Now it is enough to specify a current value before starting the operations meant to add, assign or realise a device.


There is also a new capability to set an administrator’s non-random PIN-code when adding a device to the system.

Indeed CM administrators’ group can view PIN code in a user card. Those of our customers who will continue using random PIN codes generated by the system will find the feature extremely useful.

Each view of a PIN code is recorded in the event log as a separate event.

“Comment” field allows adding additional information about each device and can be changed regardless of the device condition. Device search by the comment is also available.
A static prefix can be added to the names of containers created in Indeed CM and containing key information. The specified value will be set for a randomly generated container name. RSA containers are supported.

We want our customers to save time and effort while using Indeed CM. That’s the reason why we are always adding new usable features. If a device is issued with a feature to randomly set a user PIN, then the PIN can be printed on the envelope in which the device will be sent to the user. With such an aim, a print template has been added to Indeed CM.

Indeed AirKey Enterprise also enumerates a new function. It became possible to connect a virtual smart card to a workstation through the system administrator’s confirmation. Firstly, the administrator initiates creating AirKey card’s connection to the user’s PC. Secondly, the system generates a confirmation code. Then the user opens Indeed AirKey Enterprise control desk and enters the confirmation code. Here you go – now the virtual smart card is connected to the user’s workstation.

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