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Eduardo Ellery

Vault File in a Network Share or Synced by Onedrive

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Hello everyone!

I'm a satisfied user of enpass since v5 on mobile and PC and now I'm testing V6, but something ocurred and I don't know if I'm doing something wrong or I found any kind of bug.

The problem is: one of the vaults I store locally I keep a copy in the cloud using onedrive to read it in another computer "vault.enpassdbsync", but when I try to access in that second computer Enpass says the password is wrong.

Is this a possible option to maintain password in two computers or Enpass 6 is only compatible with it's Cloud Sync standard option for Onedrive?


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Hi @Eduardo Ellery,

In Enpass 6, you can't have different passwords on different devices for a vault. As soon as you change password on one device, it will be changed on cloud too. The next sync on another device will ask for cloud data password and change the password of local data too.

Is that what you are trying to do?

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Hi @Vinod Kumar

No, I'm not trying to have different passwords for one credential in a specific vault.

What I need is one vault shared with, for example, 3 people. The sharing would be local file (but this file synced by 3rd app, not integrated Enpass 6 cloud sync, in my case Onedrive from Offiec365) a team folder shared with my team.

Is this ok? I have access to this file at work and at home (the sync helps me in this), but I can't import at home and the "import from this pc" only shows options for "Back File" or "Previous Backups" and if I choose any option I have to change Enpass 6 to show all files, but when I choose the "vault.enpassdbsync" file none of my passwords works. The most interesting is the password for this vault is saved in my personal vault and I copy and paste from there and no success.

I guess I'm doing something wrong, but not the password. Or this "topology" isn't compatible to enpass 6. :-)

Interesting, isn't it?


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