I am using Keepass with a remotely-stored database that KP accesses via FTP. The credentials for the FTP access are "remembered" by KeePass. This setup I have been using with a start-up script (batch file with command-line options) to start keepass for several years now; but since the FTP server has moved to a different server some months ago, I experience the following (unexpected) behaviour:
When I run the script file, the "Open From URL" dialogue pops up, asking for new credentials (URL is set to value given by command-line options), rather than the "Open Database" entitled dialogue window with a passphrase prompt. When this dialogue (and the Keepass instance that starts right-after) are closed and the starting script is re-run, the behaviour is as expected: the passphrase prompt appears immediately. After it has shown expected behaviour once, repetitions (that is, exit Keepass and re-run start script) behave mostly "normal".
While this issue is easily to reproduce with my database (for example, it happens every time after a operating system boot), I was not able to reproduce it on an empty database (filled with generated passwords to match the file size) that I created for demo purposes. This "empty" database has been stored on the same FTP host as my production database.
How I can make this error easily reproducible without sharing my password database? Or any ideas on how to narrow the issue more down?
- Keepass 2.24, portable version for Windows
- Windows 7 (Ultimate, up-to-date regarding patches/updates)
- start script content: keepass.exe ftp://xxxxx.de/xxxxx.kdbx -preselect:xxxxxx.key -iocredfromrecent
- database file size: ~180 KB
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