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{{FeatureTest
 
{{FeatureTest
   |name              = Selector Import of .crds Files
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   |name              = Selector PIN-Protection of Self-Issued Card
 
   |testtype          = Card Management
 
   |testtype          = Card Management
   |identifier        = FTR-iis-cardmgmt-2
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   |identifier        = FTR-iis-cardmgmt-1
 
   |areatested        =  
 
   |areatested        =  
 
   |status            = active
 
   |status            = active
   |summary            = Tests that a Selector can import .crds card backup files from other Selectors
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   |summary            = Tests that the selector enables the user to PIN-protect and unprotect a self-issued card
 
   |testedrole        = Information Card Identity Selector
 
   |testedrole        = Information Card Identity Selector
 
   |referencesolution1 = CardSpace .NET Framework 3.5
 
   |referencesolution1 = CardSpace .NET Framework 3.5
   |referencesolution2 = CardSpace .NET Framework 3.5 SP1
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   |referencesolution2 =
   |success            = The Selector can import a .crds file exported from a Reference Selector
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   |success            = Selector supports PIN-protection
   |failure            = Cards cannot be imported or do not work after being imported
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   |failure            = Selector shows error or cannot either protect or unprotect cards
 
}}
 
}}
 
=== Instructions ===
 
=== Instructions ===
 
# Open the result page for the solution for this test.
 
# Open the result page for the solution for this test.
# Open a Reference Selector.
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# Open the Selector.
# Select at least 2 cards from the Reference Selector, including one self-issued, one managed, and one that is PIN protected.
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# Set a PIN for a self-issued card.
# Export those cards to a .crds file.
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# Verify that the PIN is required before card can be used.
# Import that file into a reference Selector and inspect the cards.
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## (Note this may require exiting and restarting the Selector)
# Verify that the cards are usable.
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# If the selector supports writing .crds files, export the card, import it into a different selector, and verify that the same PIN works there too.
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## Or if the selector only supports reading .crds files, import a card that was PIN-protected by another selector and verify instead that the PIN set in the other selector works in the selector being tested.
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# Remove the PIN from the original card.
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# Verify that no PIN is required to use the card after the PIN has been removed.
 
# Set outcome:
 
# Set outcome:
 
## If the success criteria was met, set the outcome to "Works".
 
## If the success criteria was met, set the outcome to "Works".

Latest revision as of 22:57, 31 August 2008

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Instructions

Instructions

  1. Open the result page for the solution for this test.
  2. Open the Selector.
  3. Set a PIN for a self-issued card.
  4. Verify that the PIN is required before card can be used.
    1. (Note this may require exiting and restarting the Selector)
  5. If the selector supports writing .crds files, export the card, import it into a different selector, and verify that the same PIN works there too.
    1. Or if the selector only supports reading .crds files, import a card that was PIN-protected by another selector and verify instead that the PIN set in the other selector works in the selector being tested.
  6. Remove the PIN from the original card.
  7. Verify that no PIN is required to use the card after the PIN has been removed.
  8. Set outcome:
    1. If the success criteria was met, set the outcome to "Works".
    2. If the test failed, set the outcome to "Failed" and enter information about the failure in the Notes section.
    3. If other issues occurred set the result to "Issues" and describe them in the Notes section.
  9. Add either four tilde ~~~~ signs or a text name into the "Tested by" parameter.
  10. Update the Date Tested, Browser, and Operating System lines of the results page.