Easily implement, centralize and secure the MFA lifecycle

Push authentication on a Windows 10 workstation

Evidian Qrentry is an authentication tool which can be downloaded on a smartphone from Google Play and the Apple Store. Users can authenticate to their Windows session by recieving a Push notification. When users lose a password or a smartcard, they can unlock their PC by scanning a QR Code.

Easily implement, centralize and secure the MFA lifecycle

Fast deployment:
user self-enrollment

When authorizing push authentication, you can easily manage who can log in to their Windows session using their mobile device by defining User profiles. Self-enrollment is done through the QRentry application. No need of a deployment tool for push authentication.

Perfect solution for passwordless authentication policies

Evidian Push authentication is the best passwordless authentication method as even if you are offline, you can still log in by scanning a QRcode. It is also a great layer of security as the user will authenticate on his mobile phone using a fingerprint, Iris, or Pin. You can also request additional authentication to validate the push notification.

Manage all authentication methods from the administration console

Same methodology applied to all authentication methods. From the centralized administration console, manage from the same window all authentication methods. You may restrict authentication methods to certain users or groups of users.

QR code authentication
as fail over mechanism

In case you are travelling with no access to internet on your phone and the Workstation is not connected to the company’s domain, by Using the Evidian cache, collaborators may authenticate by scanning a QR code. See more on QRentry authentication.

QR code

A self-service password reset tool with a smartphone and a QR code

Evidian Qrentry is an authentication tool which can be downloaded on a smartphone from Google Play and the Apple Store. Users can authenticate to their Windows session by recieving a Push notification. When users lose a password or a smartcard, they can unlock their PC by scanning a QR Code.

Easily implement, centralize and secure the MFA lifecycle

Use a secure emergency access wherever you are

Combined with Evidian Authentication Manager, QRentry is the ideal partner of strong authentication deployments, which often generate "lost smartcard" or "biometrics doesn't work" helpdesk calls. With this self-service password reset tool, users can unlock themselves, even if helpdesk is out of reach.

Optimize your help desk activity

QRentry™ drastically reduces the number of helpdesk calls as users can unlock their Windows session themselves. When users lose a password, smartcard or authentication token, they can unlock their Windows session themselves with a smartphone.

Strong authentication using a QR Code

Evidian QRentry™ can easily replace traditional authentication methods to protect access to Web portals, Windows sessions and applications. Evidian QRentry™ replaces the static password by a One-Time Password (OTP). This strong authentication method can be used for internal and external users, including customers, partners and employees.

QRentry for Windows Authentication

With QRentry™, your users log on to their Windows session by scanning a QR Code with their smartphone.
This access is always available, in online or offline mode, connected or not connected to the corporate network and Active Directory.
QRentry™ works even if the PC’s network, mouse, USB port and authentication devices are broken. It also works for remote troubleshooting.

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SSPR

SSPR (Self-Service Password Reset)

Evidian Self-Service Password Reset (SSPR) offers several intuitive procedures to securely allow end-users to reset their Windows password from their web portal or the Windows login screen.  The solution provides a full set of audit trail reports of WHO resets a Windows password WHEN and from WHERE.

  • Change password when connected or not to the network 
  • Without contacting the helpdesk 
  • (Q&A) Answering pre-defined questions 
  • Scanning a QR Code with Evidian QRentry App 
  • One-time password (OTP) sent via email and/or SMS 
  • Using a challenge response mechanism