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If you're looking for a way to re-install the smart card service on Windows XP, this story is your new best friend!
Steps 3 and 4 are optional, but if you're someone who tinkers with the service, I'm sure you want to know what's in there.
If you examine scardsvr.inf you will see that it contains references to a list of files and registry keys. These actions could be performed manually, the effect would be the same; but using an .inf file is much easier.
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