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Utilizing your CAC on Windows 10 'can' be as easy as...

Installing the DoD Root certificates and making sure the Internet Options are set correctly.

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  2. All it shows is a blank screen with a fixed camera icon. I have spoken to the manufacturer and they have done a diagnostic test and found that after my recent Windows 10 Update, there is now no generic camera driver listed in my Device Manager. I cannot find a link to install the correct camera driver from Microsoft. Any help would be appreciated.
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However, computers don't always cooperate with us. So....

Here are my findings and solutions:

Information: Edge is the default web browser in Windows 10. Internet Explorer is on the computer and provides backwards compatibility for web pages that do not work with Edge.

My recommendation is to type: Internet Explorer into the Search the web and Windows/ I'm Cortana / Ask me anything (box) in the lower left corner of your screen. Once Internet Explorer appears, right click Internet Explorer and select Pin to taskbar.

Finding 1:You upgraded from Windows 8.1 and were using your CAC with little to no problems, and now you can't access CAC enabled sites. Keep reading for ideas to try:

Solution1 (built-In Smart Card Ability): Uninstall ActivClient 6.2.0.x or 7.0.1.x by 'Right Clicking' the Windows logo '4 squares' [in the lower left corner of your desktop], select Programs and Features (now called Apps and Features), find ActivClient in your list of programs and select Uninstall, restart your computer and try the sites again. It may work, if it doesn't, try next Solution. Dual persona (PIV) users might be able to access their email using the built in Smart Card Ability, your results may vary, if it doesn't read your PIV, you will need to follow Finding 1, Solutions 2 or 3 below.

Finding 1, Solution2 (ActivID): ActivID ActivClient 7.1.0.153 works great on Windows 10 computers and is available for Army users from links on the Army page. All other people will have to get it from you respective branch or purchase it to try it on your computer.

Finding 2. I can't access encrypted emails when using theEdge web browser

Solution 2: The Edge web browser does not support S/MIME. See my recommendation above to see how to use Internet Explorer to read and send your encrypted emails when using OWA / webmail.

Information (from Microsoft): To understand the problem with OWA, Edge, and S/MIME you need to know the OWA S/MIME is an Active-X control. By design Edge does not support Active-X (or Browser Helper Objects); this is good from a security perspective, but bad if you want to use OWA with Edge. Windows 10/Edge is a work in progress, Microsoft is planning to use other technologies to replace Active-X sometime in the future. In the meantime use Internet Explorer 11.

Finding 3.I can't sign PDFs (Portable Document Format) like I did in Windows 8.1

Solution 3:To digitally sign PDFs, you need to use Internet Explorer, NOT the Edge web browser, and have Adobe Reader set as the default PDF viewer. NO other PDF readers will allow digitally signing of forms. This should happen automatically when installing Adobe Reader. However, if it doesn't, here is how to change the default viewer:

Type: 'default' into the Search the web and Windows/ I'm Cortana / Ask me anything (box) near the Windows logo at the bottom left of your screen.

Click: Default Programs at the top of the list.

Click: Associate a file type or protocol with a program.

Scroll down to .pdf, if it shows Adobe Acrobat Reader, it is set correctly, if it shows some other program, select .pdf and click the Change program.. (button) in the upper right corner of the screen.

'Adobe Acrobat Reader' should be in the list of choices, select it and then OK

Finding 4.How do I get to Internet Options in Edge? I can't find it.

Solution 4: Follow slide 5 of https://milcac.us/tweaks

Finding 5.Cannot see / select the Authentication / PIV certificate in Windows 10

Solution 5: Windows 10 users will see the certificate selection differently than older versions of Windows. Click More choices to see additional certificates. Select the correct certificate and then click OK.

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Before getting started, you will need a microSD card reader, a USB cable, your computer and of course your HERO8 Black camera.

Installation:

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Step 1: Update your camera

  1. Download GoPro Webcam Beta Firmware. This contains the UPDATE folder to update your HERO8 Black to support the new Webcam feature.
  2. Follow Steps 2-4 from these instructions to manually update your camera.

Step 2: Install and launch the GoPro Webcam app

  1. Download GoPro Webcam Desktop Utility and install the software on your computer.
  2. In the Status bar, you will now see a GoPro icon

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Step 3: Connect your camera

  1. Power on your camera and connect it to your computer via USB cable.
  2. Using a USB 3.0 port on your computer will provide you with the best results to ensure you maintain battery life.
  3. In the status bar, the GoPro icon will display a blue dot to indicate a successful connection:
  4. The camera will go into USB mode as shown below:
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Preview Webcam

  • To preview your webcam setup, click on the GoPro icon in the status bar and select “Show Preview”. This will give you the ability to understand your Wide field of view prior to going live.
  • You will now see the camera preview. You can switch between “mirror” and “flip”

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Using the GoPro Webcam in your program

  • Open your webcam application and select GoPro Camera as your preferred camera (see below for supported programs).

Example in Zoom:

  • Heads Up: If the app is already open you might need to quit and restart that application for the GoPro Camera option to be visible.
  • The camera will then go into GoPro Webcam mode as shown below:
  • In the status bar, the GoPro icon will display a red dot to indicate that the camera is recording:

Adjust resolution

  • To change your resolution, click on the GoPro icon in the status bar and select “Preferences”
  • Here you can choose between 1080p (default) or 720p

Here are some popular tools that support GoPro Webcam:

  • Zoom (v 5.0.5 and newer) and Zoom Chrome Extension
  • YouTube Live (Using Chrome)
  • Webex (Using Chrome)
  • Google Meet
  • Microsoft Teams
  • Skype
  • Twitch via OBS
  • BlueJeans
  • GoTo Meeting
  • Snap Camera
  • Facebook Rooms
  • Facetime for Desktop

Heads Up: For Chrome support, click the Chrome’s menu button (top-right corner) -> Settings -> Privacy and security -> Site Settings -> Camera.

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