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I would like to maintain "two databases"
DB1 - all passwords, on PC1
DB2 - only has less sensitive passwords, on PC2
Is there a way to do this such that I can add a less sensitive password to DB1 or DB2, and then synchronise DB1 and DB2 together? I seem to recall reading this is not possible.
If not, is there a "way of working" which gives the same result? For example, I do not think I can merely delete sensitive passwords from DB2 because when I later synchronise, it will delete them from DB1.
Any thoughts will be gratefully appreciated.
I think careful reading of the forum has solved it ...
1 Create "DB1 - Secure", and "DB2 - Other". Put both on PC1, and only "DB2 - Other" on PC2
2 Install KeyAutoExec plugin and configure it to open both databases on PC1
3 Maintain "DB1 - Secure" on PC1
4 Sync "DB2 - Other" between PC1 and PC2.
KeyAutoExec means that ctrl/alt/A opens and searches both databases on PC1, and finds the AutoType match for the active window from whichever database it is in.
Easy when you know how. ;-))
Unfortunately, while KeyAutoExec works fine to open multiple databases, it doesn't allow me to do what I really want.
I always lock KeePass after 120 seconds to maximise security, and use AutoType to fill the User and password fierlds on a web page. The downside is that I need to enter my master password every time; the upside is that I can leave my PC without worrying "Is the password file still open?".
I therefore need KeePass always to offer me DB1 when I use AutoKey. Unfortunately, there does not seem to be any way to force KeePass always to open a specified database when AutoKey is activated - see https://sourceforge.net/p/keepass/discussion/329221/thread/2b2e9da6/