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Enterprise Single Sign-On 9.0.2 - QRentry Users Guide

Preface_1 QRentry Overview Preparing the mobile device to use Using Enterprise SSO for Mobile Devices Using QRentry Authentication Manager Managing Mobile Devices

Using Android

Using Android

Procedure

 

  1. From the QRentry application installed on your mobile device, in the upper right corner of the screen, tap then tap Settings.

The Interface Settings tabbed panel appears.

  1. Tap the Other Settings tab.

  1. Tap Display user’s keys.

The list of private keys enrolled on the mobile device appears.

In this example, the user John Smith owns two private keys:

  • One "personal key", which is used to authenticate.
  • One "admin key", which allows him to log on as local administrator.

NOTE: These IDs are also available from the dedicated Authentication Manager tool installed on the computer. For details, see Managing mobile devices from the Authentication Manager tools.

  1. You can delete keys that are no longer used to authenticate by tapping .

 

Using iOS

Using iOS

Procedure

 

  1. From the QRentry application installed on your mobile device, in the QRentry menu bar, tap .

The Settings tab appears.

  1. Scroll down to the Enrolled Keys area.

The list of private keys enrolled on the mobile device appears.

In this example, the user John Smith owns two private keys:

  • One "personal key", which is used to authenticate.
  • One "admin key", which allows him to log on as local administrator.

NOTE:These IDs are also available from the dedicated Authentication Manager tool installed on the computer. For details, see Managing mobile devices from the Authentication Manager tools.

  1. You can delete keys that are no longer used to authenticate by sliding a key to the left and tapping .

 

Managing the server configuration

Managing the server configuration

Subject

To log on to your computer for normal access, enroll computers, use the remote control etc, the network must be configured on your mobile device. This is done automatically when you scan the QR code for normal or emergency access. However, you may have to do it yourself, for example if you want to add manually or delete a server.

When the Controller certificate is not stored on the mobile device or cannot be automatically verified and accepted, QRentry prompts you to confirm if the certificate should be accepted:

  • Always: the certificate is stored on the mobile device and QRentry does not ask you if the certificate is valid.
  • For this connection: the certificate is not stored on the mobile device and QRentry continues to prompt you.
  • Never: the connection to the EAM Controller is aborted.

NOTE:

  • You can add as many servers as you want. If the first server in the list is not reachable, then the following one is contacted.
  • The list of QRentry configuration servers is automatically updated. Therefore a server may reappear in the list a few seconds/minutes after you have deleted it.

As the screen layout depends on the operating system of your mobile device, go to the following sections depending on the mobile device you possess:

Using Android

Using Android

Procedure
  1. From the QRentry application installed on your mobile device, in the upper right corner of the screen, tap then tap Settings.

The Interface Settings tabbed panel appears.

  1. Tap the Other Settings tab, then Servers configuration unfolding menu.
  2. In the Add server area, enter the server address to which your computer is connected.
  3. Tap to add the server to the server list.

Your mobile device is now connected to the network.

  1. Select Automatically skip unknown SSL certificates verification so that QRentry never prompts you to accept a certificate for a (newly added) server.
  2. Tap to delete a server.

 

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