Error while retrieving readers

Is the smartcard service running?

The Smartcard service is a Windows service that manages the connection to the eID and card reader. Therefore, this service must be running for you to be able to access the eID. You can check this as follows:
    Open "Windows Services".
    Search for "Smartcard service" as shown in the following screenshot:
Check the following Smartcard service settings (based on the screenshot above):
    The status column for the Smartcard service shows 'Running'.
    The 'Log On As' column shows 'Local Service'.
Are the Smartcard service settings NOT as they should be? Then do whichever of the following two options applies:
1. The Smartcard service is not running.
Start the Smartcard service, as follows:
    Double-click the Smartcard service.
    Click 'Start' and then 'OK'.
2. The Smartcard service is not logged on as a 'Local Service'.
    Double-click the Smartcard service.
    Select the second tab, 'Log On'.
    Select 'This account'.
    Click 'Browse'.
    In the white text box, type: loc.
    Then click 'Check names'.
    The name 'Local service' now appears in the text box.
    Then click 'OK'.
    Leave the password boxes empty.
    Click 'Apply'.
    Click 'OK'.
    Go back to the first tab, 'General', and restart the service.
    Click 'Start'.
    Click 'Stop'.

DNS probe finished nxdomain error

In some cases there is a possibility that the system is not able to retrieve the domain information, in this case the T1C is not usable. To solve this problem you can follow these steps described here;

Error during installation MSI error 2502 or 2503

When installing the T1C the possibility of the errors 2502 or 2503 originate from the fact that permissions in the temp folder (C:\Windows\Temp) are not correct, and since the MSI installer relies on this they need to be correct. You need to have permissions next to the administrator rights.
You need to have permissions as <My User> next to the administrator rights.


The Trust1Connector and some installation files are digitally signed. On some machines however the Trust1Connector is flagged/blocked by an antivirus. Disabling the antivirus temporary can allow the user to install the Trust1Connector for some antivirus tools. Below we provide procedures for some antivirus softwares to be able to install the Trust1Connector.


If the user receives an notification that a script from the Trust1Connector is blocked as shown below:
The procedure at can be used to solved the issue.


When using the Kaspersky and kaspersky web protection you can add an exclusion rule to the belfiusweb page. After you added this rule, restart the computer to make sure all settings are applied.
Last modified 2mo ago