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Enpass repeatedly needs me to enter Premium email info - personal Cloud / NAS storage


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I actually emailed an inquiry to support  - before I decided to purchase Enpass for macOS. Version 6.8.4. (from their web site). But with the MacHeist price I decided to purchase and test. I'll repeat my inquiry here as I am having immediate issues.

My email of Thursday: (yes I know I could wait a reasonable time for their reply)

I see mentions of DropBox, etc for syncing.
I have my own in-home cloud - Synology NAS. I currently sync 1Password vaults via Synology Drive.
Am I able to use Enpass’ synch on my own internal Cloud service?

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This morning I proceeded to install Enpass on my MacBook Pro and on my old iMac. Both running macOS 13.0.1

First on the MBP I launched Enpass and activated my premium license. Got the 6-digit code just fine.

I also imported 900+ 1Password 7  entries into the vault. The Enpass folder is on my Synology Drive Share and synchs beautifully between my Macs.

I quit Enpass on the MBP.

When I opened Enpass on my iMac it found the fault and asked me to enter my email for the Premium. I got the 6-digit code and activated that copy.

However now when I return to the MBP I have to Activate again. Then if I return to the iMac same thing - Activate again.

Seems launching one disables the other.

I hope my lifetime license is not for ONE computer - I don't believe it will be as a Mac App Store version would be for 5 computers.

More likely Enpass has a computer ID embedded in a file that gets overwritten when I move between Macs.

 

Enpass - please instruct me on how I can use my own in-home Synology NAS as my cloud sync service.

thx

qb

 

 

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I have Enpass installed on a MacBook Pro and on my MacPro. Both running 13.0.1

 

I open it on the MBPro and activate it and Quit. Reopen and it remains activated. I then launch it on the MacPro. It says THAT copy needs activation but- I quit without activating it. When I then open Enpass on the MacBook Pro - it requires activation again.

 

As mentioned I am trying to use my in-home Synology NAS. The entire Enpass folder in my ~/Documents is already shared via Synology Drive Client. I see ONE Enpass file being updated each time I open Enpass regardless of it I activate or make any changes. This is "vault.enpassdb" and I suspect you may be storing a unique computer ID there that gets changed each launch.

 

BTW - your activation process. I use my registered email address and then get emailed a 6-digit code. WHY not simply ACTIVATE Enpass when I enter my email address and submit it to your license servers???  Why go through the 6-digit code step??  I have several apps that can activate my Applications simply by submitting the registered email address...

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