Synchronize KeePass database with Google Drive using Google API.
- Manual sync from Tools menu
- Enable / Disable auto sync on save
- Enable / Disable auto sync on open
- Download, Upload, and Bi-directional Sync
I never could get it to work, the configuration instructions made no sense to me.
Installation instructions are gibberish: Place the "GoogleSyncPlugin.plgx" file into the "plugins" folder of your KeePass installation. My Keepass installation did not create a "plugins" folder. I made one in the exe path opf Keepass, placed the plugin file into it. Did not work. * Open a KeePass database. * Make sure you have a password entry for your Google Account. You may leave the password field blank if you wish. If that entry has the URL "accounts.google.com" associated, you can skip the next step. * Go to the "Properties" tab of that entry and copy the UUID at the bottom. The "Properties" tab of what entry? Where?
fix work with proxy please. It don't work.
Pretty easy to sync your passwords between your mobile devices and your PCs. Also take a look at Keepass2Android if you use an Android device. The developers are extremely helpful and open to suggestions in the forum.
Version 2 has improved in terms of ease of use, features, stability and security. It is more suitable to use in portable mode now. It comes with an easy to use configuration dialogue. There is no more need to manually locate and edit configuration files. It still needs you to create your own Google Project though, but instructions to do so are included and straight forward. The database can be moved inside any folder on the Google Drive after initial upload as long as the file name does not change. It does have a minor problem when using AutoSync with different databases that not all have to be synchronized. You have to dismiss the popping up configuration dialogue when saving for databases that you do not want to be synced or disable AutoSync and only sync manually. Because of the used Google libraries you need the full .NET Framework 4.0 or later installed, not just the Client Profile.