REMARK: only Internet Explorer is currently supported.

To get access to this CO portal, an ActiveX-object should be installed on your computer.

This object is necessary to select certificates and to place an electronical signature.

Installation possibilities:

1 - Automatic installation

To install the ActiveX-object you should possibly follow these steps:

Please note: To perform the automatic installation administrative rights are required. Please contact your system administrator if you don't have administrative rights.

  1. If you want to install the ActiveX-object, click in the upper left corner of the information bar (where you can see the shield) and select the first item in the list. In this example, select Install ActiveX Control (figure 1).

    Figure 1: Information bar message for a blocked control.



  2. After you have authorised, a window with a security message opens. The ActiveX-object is signed with a certificate from D Soft NV. Click Install to proceed.

    REMARK: At the bottom of the window with the security warning you can see a message that says that this type of file you would like to install can be harmful for your computer. Files from the D Soft website are not designed to cause damage. Ignore this message when you download files from D Soft.

    Figure 2: Security warning for installation.



  3. After you clicked Install, the ActiveX-object is installed and can now be used to find certificates.

2 - Manual installation 32bit (for system administrators)


If the automatic installation fails or you don't have administrative rights on your computer, please follow the procedure below
  1. Download this activeX and save it here C:\windows\system32.
  2. Open the command and execute this command: regsvr32 "C:\windows\system32\d2swsclnt.dll".

3 - Manual installation 64bit (for system administrators)


If the automatic installation fails or you don't have administrative rights on your computer, please follow the procedure below
  1. Download this activeX and save it here C:\windows\SysWOW64.
  2. Open the command and execute this command: regsvr32 "C:\Windows\SysWOW64\d2swsclnt.dll ".