There is a quick 6 minute YouTube video from Navy Resources "How to Enable CAC on MAC" that will walk you through enabling your CAC on MAC via CACKey and MilitaryCAC.com.
You may find the "CAC ON YOUR Mac INSTALL CHECKLIST PAGE" on MilitaryCAC.com here.
Here you will have the option to choose from:
DoD Cyber Exchange Public (public.cyber.mil) – This website hosts limited content available to the public and will contain unclassified content only. If you do not see content that was previously on IASE, it more than likely has moved to DoD Cyber Exchange NIPR. If you do not have a CAC with DoD Certificates, choose Public below.
DoD Cyber Exchange NIPR (cyber.mil) – This website hosts all of the content we have available and is only accessible to customers with a CAC with DoD Certificates.
NOTE: Keep in mind that you may be required to have your certificates to be reloaded if after completing the process within the video does not fix the issue. If this happens, please refer back to MilitaryCAC.com.
Then follow the instructions and download the "ALLCerts.p7b file".
CAC Reader drivers will be need to be installed. For instructions on how to obtain refer to the MilitaryCAC.com.
You will need to Configure the keychain for the MCU site (sso.usmcu.edu) to trust your certificates. For instructions on how to clear the login section of keychain please refer to MilitaryCAC.com.
For more Detailed instructions, please scroll down.
NOTE: Depending upon your device you maybe required to install certain middleware, please refer to the link provided by MilitaryCAC.com.
NOTE: If your certificates are not in the list and you’re using ActivClient, please make sure it is installed correctly. If your certificates are not in the list and you are using other middleware, you can contact your CC/S/A for more information on the middleware requirements for your organization.
2. Open the InstallRoot tool and select Firefox/Mozilla/Netscape from the Select Trust Store picklist at the bottom of the window.
3. Ensure only the top Install DoD NIPRNET Certificates box is checked.
4. Click the Install button and wait for the installation to complete. Please wait until you see a confirmation dialog indicating the tool is finished.
These instructions will enable ActivIdentity’s ActivClient software to work within Firefox. Before proceeding, try to ensure the latest version of ActivClient is installed by going to the ActivClient website to check the latest version. Before installing the latest version, please uninstall any previous versions of ActivClient.
As of version 6.2, ActivClient by default configures Firefox to accept the CAC certificates without any additional configuration. You may use the following instructions to verify that it has been installed properly. If using an older version of ActivClient, these instructions will assist with proper configuration.
With any versions of ActivClient later than 6.2, these settings will be automatically configured. However, these instructions can be used to confirm proper configuration for older versions of ActivClient.