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  1. Thanks @Garima Singh, that did the trick! Enpass warned me, that it disable Biometrics because new fingerprints were enrolled, and after re-enabling Biometrics in Enpass settings, I didn't get any toast error message and unlocking behavior for Enpass is now correct one again. Thanks once again!
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  2. Hey @Srandista Welcome to the forum! Please follow these troubleshooting steps and let me know if the problem persists. Open Device settings --> Go to Security & lock screen --> Select Screen lock --> Setup PIN. (In case, if you're using some other function to unlock your device) Now delete all the Bio-metrics/fingerprint from device settings and add a new one. Now Enable Bio-metrics in Enpass. If this doesn't help, please confirm if a keyfile is added to the vault? Thanks for your co-operation.
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  3. Cool, then we can close this. I think i will move to OneDrive for both devices as primary now
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  4. Yes, the local vaults will continue to work if the sync providers is being disconnected or malfunctions, the local backups in addition gives you the ability to restore the vaults to a version created way back (if you discover some severe errors that's been laying around for some time)
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  5. First of you have to select the vault you want to copy /move from. Do that by selecting the vault in the upper left corner. Then you can select one or many items and click "Add to vault" >move /copy. Backup is a good idea, but there's already automatic backup enabled by default on the Desktop versions (to local drive). It'll keep the last 60 vault-versions or so which can be tricky on some cloud providers
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  6. No, the primary vault won't replicate to any additional vaults if that's what your after. It's sole purpose is rather the opposite, to segment items, like private vs work. You can copy or move items (one or all) between vaults though as a onetime operation. The cloud providers supported in Enpass are mostly oath-based so there shouldn't any any difference between which OS or device you're using
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