I can't even get them from my NMCI machine when I try with FireFox with all of the certificates installed/available. Reply With quot;, 04:47 PM #7 CAC Access If you go to the website: Common Access Card (CAC) Information for home use - Presented for you. IMac 24" 3.06GHz; 4GB RAM w/ Magic Mouse. MacBook Pro 15" 2.53GHz w/ Magic Mouse iPhone 4 32GB iPod Classic 160GB Reply With quot;, 01:10 AM #6 Originally Posted by MacTrooper. I've had no luck in four months of trying. All my co-workers worked from home. Good luck Tom Reply With quot;, 06:28 PM #9 Mac CAC Thursby PKard for Mac supports all CAC cards, OS X 10.5, 10.6 and 10.7 for 30. If you need to solve your smart card integration problem simply and easily. EDIT : I was wrong! ActivClient for Mac Oowever, the ActivClient CaC software doesn't support OSX. Not sure if the above will work or not. Not surprisingly, it's not free. OWA may still be the best way to go. I wasn't sure if I should or will the OSX just immediately install it without hesitation. Will keep looking though. By the way Baggss, the link for "Cac on a Mac" is broken, sorry. Any help will naturally be most appreciated. 06:36 PM #1 Cac Card Reader on a Mac. Wasn't quite sure where to post this so don't holler at me, I am leaving the PC for a MBP 15 2.8, back up nuke reactor, etc. The 'free' stuff worked in the past for some people, sometimes but has huge holes for new cards and Apple itself refers to it as a 'science project' given incompleteness, lack of support and lack of roadmap. While support of the reader is native to Mac OS, I haven't been able to get the reader to function with any CAC-enabled DoD websites. I think the problem is most of them are tied to IE. This word needs to get out to the Masses as a lot of Military including myself use Mac's and this would end a lot of frustration. Thanks again. -The Swede- Reply With quot;, 03:10 PM #11 Originally Posted by thursbysoftware Thursby PKard for Mac supports all.