Configuring Microsoft Edge for using the ID-card

To be able to use e-services with the ID-card in the Microsoft Edge browser, you need to keep both ID-software and the Microsoft Edge browser software up to date. In addition, you must allow the use of the “Web eID” extension in your web browser.

If malfunctions occur – for example, you will not be able to digitally sign e-services, confirm activities, etc. – The most common reason is the inactivated “Web eID” extension.

With our step-by-step instructions, you can easily and conveniently check that your browser is ready to use your ID card!

Step 1: Enable extension in web browser

After installing the ID software, a notification about the “Web eID” extension will appear in the upper right corner of the Microsoft Edge web browser. To sign in e-services with an ID card, click in the “Enable extension” window and everything should work.

If the message did not appear in your browser, continue to Step 2.

Step 2: Open extensions in your browser

Click on the icon with three dots on the right-hand side of Microsoft Edge and select Extensions.

Then click “Manage extensions” in the window that opens.

Step 3: Enable “Web eID” extension

A new window with extensions opens, find the extension called Web eID and make sure that it is Enabled.

The blue indicator in the right corner refers to the activated state of the extension.

If not, enable it. If enabled, the browser may also ask for additional confirmation. Click on “Turn on extension” in the window to confirm.

If you accidentally uninstalled the “Web eID” extension, you may manually install it in the Microsoft Edge Web store.

Step 4: Check whether using the ID-card is now possible in web browser

After you enable the Web eID extension (Step 3), restart your browser: everything should work!