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Hi guys, Thanks for such an awesome product. I'm impressed with how many small but very useful features you've got in PS! Right now I'm finished with deploying and configuring our Passwordstate instance for production use. But before letting people start putting the information into it, I've realized that in case of disaster I don't have a clear picture on how to restore PS. I've gone through "Passwordstate Security Administrators Manual", your YouTube channel and this forum, but could not find any reference to a restore procedure. I've configured backups in PS and have 2 files (zip for PS and bak for DB) created every N hours as per PS config, however I remember a notice from the manual saying: "In order to restore your Passwordstate environment after a disaster, the minimum you need is a copy of the web.config file, and a copy of the database" which made me confused. Question: Do I need to manually make sure that I have encryption keys and web.config file stored elsewhere (have backups of them) or the automatic backup procedure does that for me? Would be very useful if you could make a short tutorial (text/video whatever is easier for you) on the restore procedure. P.S. If I missed and this topic has already been covered, please point me there. Regards, Alexey.
Hey All I just upgrade from v7 to b8 (8180) and I could never get the inplace upgrade working. So I decided to upgrade manually. It all appears fine, I have everything, but when I log on to it, it is asking for a "New Database" or a "Blank Database" I could not find the "Existing Database". I have selected "Blank Database" It is just "spinning" on Please Wait. The logs are stuck here: Resolving host name of database server... Executing creation of temporary table... Finished creation of temporary table... Test Connection successfully finished. Did I stuff my installation? I can just restore the entire machine to yesterday I guess. Should I make the extra effort to get In Place working?