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About this app

With the advent of mobile devices, our work habits have changed.
Indeed, more and more enterprise applications must be accessed through mobile platforms.
Users want to access their workstations easily without having to remember several different passwords.

To help them access easily their workstation(s) and enterprise applications, Evidian has created an application for mobile devices: QRentry.

QRentry enables you to access your applications with your mobile device. Your applications are launched in an integrated web browser without having to sign-in.

QRentry allows you to use your own mobile device to log on to Windows:

* Nothing to memorize. Just flash the QR Code and QRentry will authenticate you through the network.
* You have several workstations and do not want to enter a password for each of them. QRentry enables you to control your workstations and open their Windows sessions.

QRentry allows you to use your own mobile device to log on to Windows until normal access is restored. In this case, QRentry is an emergency access solution extremely easy to implement and very efficient:

* Nothing to memorize. QRentry will provide you with a one-time code.
* Your workstation is disconnected from the network? Your mobile device does not get a signal? QRentry works anyway.

You can also use QRentry to store personal data: Wi-Fi keys, license number, private passwords... QRentry securely stores them in your own mobile device.

QRentry only works with Evidian Authentication Manager and Evidian SSO Web Portal. Please, don't install or post a comment about this application if you don't have one of these products installed.
For more information about Evidian, visit http://www.evidian.com/iam/qrentry.
Updated on
Feb 9, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
Personal info, App activity, and Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

80 reviews
Dennis St. Onge
April 6, 2022
Please add support for biometrics, coming from an iphone it is very frustrating to have to enter my pin every time on my Pixel 6 Pro. Also, it sucks having to reach allllll the way to the top corner to scan instead of tapping anywhere on the screen. Why not just make one giant button? Other than that, it works as advertised, but it is MUCH better on iOS.
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A Google user
February 19, 2020
The App isn't bad, it works most of the time. But on occasions it will go belly up on you and your company IT won't have a clue how to fix it. So if you had an issue like mine, where it quit working and hung up on the pin portion and didn't do anything here is the solution I found. You need to go to the app and tap the 3 dots in the upper right corner, select other settings, then display users keys. click the garbage can in the right corner and accept. This will wipe out the bad key or keys. Then you will have to hop back on to your computer once you unlock it and re-enroll your mobile device again. Once you do that, it should be good to go. Don't know why this happened on my Samsung Note 9 but it worked, I hope this helps others when their IT department doesn't have a clue about why the app isn't working.
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Jonathan Parker
June 5, 2020
Allows you to login, yes, but the layout is annoyingly fixed at the top of the screen so for larger phones or smaller hands you have to use two hands to reach, or adjust your grip. Also I have to scan a code twice for some reason. After the first scan the screen flashes black, then the camera preview opens up again to scan the code again. Not a nice app the use.
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What's new

Authentication by notification
Detection of rooted device
Forbid application back-ups