The problem now is, that the signature can't be validated.
If I want to validate the signature, I get the following error: "Error during signature verification.
Acrobat/Reader hang while signing the file, it appears the error message: error event name is BEX Error module is Stack Hash_a39a And after restart the Acrobat/Reader, the file is modifed(Although I did not input my password for my smart card with Certificate), it seems very strange, click the signature, the document show Error that encountered while BER decoding.
My PDFs are now signed without a certified timestamp and this is a problem for me.
This is not supported, and indicates a misconfiguration on this server's allowed to delegate to list. The revocation status of the domain controller certificate used for smartcard authentication could not be determined.
There is additional information in the system event log. An untrusted certificate authority was detected while processing the domain controller certificate used for authentication.
If you are experiencing difficulty with an application you are installing or running, contact customer support for the software that is displaying the error message. An attempt was made by this server to make a Kerberos constrained delegation request for a target outside of the server's realm. The signature is printed on the PDF-Document, arranged with the itextsharp-framework. The Certificate is an X.509 certificate, which we get from the Smartcard. The connection and signature process is not a problem. It's the best place to buy or sell services for just about anything Open Source. Solution: To add the correct intermediate certificate(s), download all intermediate certificates from your certificate authority.Perform the steps outlined here for each certificate starting from the root CA and ending with the signer certificate that issued your certificate.