Procedure for Bulk Sign using a DSC Token

Procedure for Bulk Sign using a DSC Token

  1. Download Leegality’s DSC client utility from https://gitlab.leegality.com/leegality-public/dsc-utility. This is a prerequisite to use Leegality’s Bulk Sign feature.
  2. Open received folder
  3. Click on the Bulk sign button.
    Note: Only received documents which have DSC as a signing type configured can be bulk signed using a DSC.
  4. Select the documents (up to 500) you want to Bulk Sign

  5. Click on the Sign button and a dialog appears confirming whether Leegality’s DSC client is working or not.

                                                         

                                                                     
  6. Check the consent Box and click ‘Proceed’
  7. Select the Certificate with which the documents need to be signed and click on ‘Sign’.
                             
  8. Enter your DSC Pin and the Leegality DSC client will attach your DSC on the documents within seconds/minutes.

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