Typically, a user certificate would be issued to the smart card during the issuance process, but if the operator is in possession of the user smart card it is possible to view, import, delete, set default certificate and issue a user certificate to the smart card if the S-Series is configured and connected to a CA.
To access the certificates on the registered user smart card browse to Actions - Certificates/Keys and from the Certificates for the smart card inserted in drop down box select the smart card reader that the user smart card is inserted in. It is possible to view the certificate, set default certificate if more than one certificate resides on the smart card (the rosette symbol beside the certificate will indicate the default certificate), import a certificate from file and delete a certificate. If the S-Series is connected to a CA it is possible to issue a user certificate to the smart card. Enable the option Import Root/SubCA certificate(s) to smart card if it is required to write the Root and SubCAs to the smart card during the issue of the certificate from the CA. The color of the certificate icon in the view table for certificate(s) indicates whether the certificate is the default certificate or not. The icon color will be red to indicate that the certificate is set as default.
For smart cards issued with multiple PIN support all of the options available from the previous paragraph will be available with an additional PIN button. Click the PIN button if it is required to change the PIN type set for the certificate key container. For example, if the PIN type is set to Primary smart card PIN and if it is required to change the PIN type to Digital Signature select this option and click OK.