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Enpass Portable and OneDrive


i don't know whether this is a feature request, a bug report or a total lack of understanding on my side...

i want to use enpass on my work laptop which uses windows 7 and will soon be upgraded to windows 10. Since it's work i can't just install things. So i want to use the portable version, which seems to work fine. But i cant choose onedrive (yes, i use several devices with macOS, IOS, android, windows). So i thought I'm a clever guy and mount my onedrive as a WebDAV (which works fine in windows explorer). But trying to open the Enpass-folder on OneDrive gives me an error saying the data is inaccessible. What am I doing wrong here?

again, i can easily read and write data within the WebDAV-folder that i mounted as a drive via https://d.docs.live.net/CID   as officially described 

i also tried the absolute path with the \\d.docs.live.net@SSL\CID\Enpass which again works flawlessly with windows explorer 


so please implement support for this :-)

(or fix the bug or brighten me up on why it is works-as-designed)

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Guest Akash Vyas

Hi @tomster

Thanks for writing in and sharing details of the trouble you're going through.

To help you with this, we need to know, if you are using a OneDrive for Business account. 

Awaiting your response.

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  • 2 months later...



really sorry for being so late with replying...

I use a private, none-business account.

I retried with current 5.5.6 - same issue. Also it takes quite a while for enpass portale to come up with the error message.

I copied the portable .exe along with the "Program Files" folder to a folder on my local drive. Tried different locations. %appdata%\Enpass_Portable has some weird response issues not seen with other portable apps... %UserProfile%\Desktop works fine...

I'm using Windows 7 Professional SP1 x64 on  a 8gig i7-4910 workstation-laptop




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