AndrewL Posted February 21, 2021 Report Share Posted February 21, 2021 I have read https://www.enpass.io/support/kb/multiple-vaults/how-can-i-share-a-vault-with-other-members/ https://discussion.enpass.io/index.php?/topic/20073-which-sync-options-support-sharing/ and I know you say that the cloud account must be the same in order to share the Vault. However, it is not normal (in corporate contexts) to share accounts, so the idea of creating a cloud sharing account just to facilitate sharing a vault between people is not acceptable. What I would like to do is this: Create a secondary Vault, e.g. "Our Credentials", sync this is to my corporate cloud sharing service I share the Vault folder with the second user Second user, having created a private Primary vault, creates a secondary vault "Our credentials" and is able to sync via the corporate cloud sharing account Per Cloud Sharing Service DropBox: when I share with DropBox I can see the folder [DropBox]/Apps/Enpass - so I would merely share in such a way that the second user is sharing the mutual /Apps/Enpass. I have not tried this in practice. (As Mr Colmer said in link 2 at the top of this Post " I have to share the entire Apps folder, which is potentially dangerous" - I agree, not ideal) General WebDAV server: Mr Colmer describes how he has achieved sharing, perhaps because his NextCloud server is sharing the /Apps/Enpass folder between his users But my use case is to use Google Drive. I have synced to Google Drive but I cannot see the Vault file(s). Why is this? Is it hidden somehow? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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