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Peter Celuch

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  1. Hm, I was posting this yesterday from home, being connected to my work computer via VPN and Windows Remote Desktop. Today I came to work and was able to see and activate this option in Settings. Probably the Windows Hello functionality is disabled in remote desktop connection and the application shows this option based on system capabilities... Long story short, it seems that all is working properly .
  2. Hi! I have two computers (home and work). The home one runs Windows 10 Home and the work one runs Windows 10 Professional. A) On both machines, I'm logged into Windows Store using the same account. B) On both machines, I have Enpass Password Manager v 6.0.6 (322) installed from Windows Store. C) On my Home machine, I clicked "Settings -> Premium Features -> Buy" and got extra option "Settings -> Security -> Windows Hello". D) On my Work machine, I clicked "Settings -> Premium Features -> Buy" and got message that I already bought this. E) When I returned to Enpass, the "Premium Features" option was gone, but there was no "Windows Hello" option in Security settings. F) Both machines have fingerprint reader and I log in to Windows using Windows Hello on both of them. What's wrong? How can I make it work on second machine as well? Thanks, Peter PS: It took me really long time and lot of nerves to post this as your system kept thinking I'm spam bot :((((((((( Really, really, REEEEAAAAAAALLLY $%^&*(*&^% annoying - please make it less aggressive.
  3. Ok, I found a way to load old file type into the new Enpass Password Manager, by creating new vault from existing backup. After that, I was able to export to text file and do whatever comparisons I needed to do (compare by content in Total Commander). Dear reader, if you ended up here, you could probably use these steps 1) Go to "Settings" 2) Select "Vaults" 3) Click "+" button 4) Give it a name 5) Select "Backup File" 6) Select "All file types" in the combo box 7) Find your sync_default.walletx file 8) Et voila! You can now switch between your vaults in the upper left part of the application.
  4. Hello @Anshu kumar! I believe I have similar issue, if I understood this thread correctly and your suggestion did not help me. I have used Enpass for many years now and always synced with Dropbox. I've used it across many devices and operating systems: Windows, Android, Mac OS, iOS and never had any issues. However, with my new Windows 10 computer, I wanted to use Windows Hello and unlock using fingerprint reader. I couldn't find "unlock with fingerprint" in my desktop Enpass manager, so I searched and found that UWP version in Windows Store can do it. So I bought it and used it for several months on my computer. However, I noticed lately that when I create a new entry on my Android phone, I'm unable to see it on my desktop and vice versa, even though both Enpass applications claim to be successfully synced with Dropbox. So I looked into my Dropbox and found out, that I have two Enpass files there: 1) vault.enpassdbsync - seems to be used by Android application and Enpass Password Manager 2) sync_default.walletx. - seems to be used by Enpass UWP version I want to use only vault.enpassdbsync, but I cannot find any way to export from Enpass UWP version to JSON so I can manually merge the text files. I wasn't able to find any way to import sync_default.walletx into Enpass Password Manager either. How can I merge the two files? Is there a way to extract data from sync_default.walletx file? Thanks, Peter
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