Whether you use the Citizen IdP 3210 software to log into Windows, or connect to an Active Directory, the system may crash and fail to recognize the software.
However, this doesn’t mean that your system is faulty. The error message simply means that the system is unable to recognize the software.
Nevertheless, if your IdP 3210 software does not work, here are a few tips you can use to fix it.
- The Citizen IdP 3210 error stops you from connecting to the website.
- You can quickly fix this issue by updating your Internet Explorer browser.
- You can also disable the Expired Security Certificate Fix.
Make sure that you are logging into the correct account
- For example, if your Citizen IdP account is [email protected] and you are trying to log in with [email protected], please log in with the account you have registered with Citizen IdP.
- Try to log in with a different browser or device
Check that you’re requesting a resource that is allowed
- If you’re using a component that is not part of the standard set of components, make sure the component requires a valid component ID.
- Check the security settings of the component.
Check that you’re using a supported browser
- Check that you’re running the latest browser version available.
- Check the URL and make sure that it’s valid.
- Check that the URL you’re trying to access doesn’t include special characters.
- Check that the URL you’re trying to access isn’t too long.
Reset your browser
- Press the Ctrl + Shift + Esc keys to open Task Manager.
- Select the browser you’re having problems with, and click End Task.
- Restart the browser.
Modify your DNS
- Go to Control Panel.
- Click Network and Internet.
- Click Network and Sharing Center.
- Select Change adapter settings.
- Right-click on your network adapter and click Properties.
- Click Configure.
- Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4).
- Click Properties.
- Select Use the following DNS server addresses.
- Enter the following addresses: 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168.