Having the same problem. Thought it was because I had closed the window (even though it was still running and showing the icon on the system tray). But even if I just minimize the window, still have this same error. I have latest version already of Dokany
the only WARN message said that the update check failed.
Actually I’m unsure how the update check might cause a conflict with the accessibility of the vault, but can you please deactivate the update check for testing purposes and give feedback if this does influence the issue?
Besides that I cannot see anything in the log that shows that the vault is not accessible.
Just tried to open Cryptomator for the first time today and got the error, I think the below log is the right one and more representative of the error since it has the other WARN messages, sorry am a noob at this haha.
Thanks for the link. I installed the latest release184.108.40.2060 via DokanSetup_redist.exe and restarted my computer for good measure. Still having the mounting error though but noticed the version didn’t update in the logs?
In relation to my previous reply - I looked into uninstalling dokany and reinstalling it again as I suspect it did not install/update properly.
It seems I have a problem in uninstalling it completely/cleanly in that I cannot seem to delete the dokan1.sys file that it generates (referred to this thread also). I was able the dokan1.dll file though.
However unlike the last user who posted there, I already did a registry clean up, made sure I had the right permissions, tried using Unlocker/LockHunter programs (could not delete, even at restart), booted in safe mode to try and delete it there, tried deleting via CMD…I can’t delete it! I don’t know what to do.
Getting quite frustrated now as I feel like this has to do with my cryptomator problems
In general, dokan1.sys is removed from the system if you uninstall Dokany and perform a reboot. The other way is to use the troubelshooting dialogue and load a seperate, slim Windows from where you can change files in your normal windows:
Ensure that Dokany is uninstalled and you already tried the reboot solution
Open the troubelshoot dialogue by entering the power menu, hold the key Left Shift down and click on Restart
From there click “Troubleshoot”, “Advanced Options” and finally “Command Prompt”
You may have to authenticate yourself, but after a reboot a Windows command prompt opens
Now you need to delete the driver file. But you may need to try out different drive letters, because your actual Windows does not need to be mounted on C and you may hit the drive letter where the currently running, slim Windows is mounted. Hence, for the letters A to Z try out the following command where [$] needs to be replaced with a drive letter:
Found a way to delete the file and reinstall Dokany before installing Cryptomator. Alas, even removing “CURRENT_SESSION” doesn’t seem to work for me. Just thought I’d give it a shot since this guy got it to work by uninstalling and reinstalling. In any case, hope a fix or workaround comes out soon.
I habe the same problem. The app opens and I unlock the fault. It assigns a drive letter. I can open Windows Explorer and see t he drive and its contents.
After 2-3 minutes the drive is there but is “inaccessible”. What is the best fix for the problem now? Update Dokany or to use WebDAV?
Same problem here. Version 1.5.6, 64 bit, Windows 10, Dokany.
Uninstalled and reinstalled Cryptomator and Dokany several times, rebooting after each step. Deleted dokan1.dll from Windows\system32 and from Progams\Cryptomator. Also updated Dokay and made sure that correct versions showed up in the log file for Dokany (140) and Dokany driver (400). Also tried using the CURRENT_SESSION flag.
Still the same behaviour. After reboot Cryptomator starts and volume is mounted and accessible, but after 1-2 minutes it is gone. This also happens while copying or having files opened.
Now gone back to version 1.4.12. This was the last version without automount problems, at least for me. Troubles started with 1.4.15 latest, as far as I can tell.
Sorry for my english, I’m not a native speaker. It’s also my first post, so comments on what to improve are welcome.
I am having the same problem also. Vault is opened and I can assess the files as they are listed in Explorer. However, if I try to go and open another vault, Cyrptomator is hidden out of view and it will not come up so you can enter the credentials to open another vault. And since Cryptomator will not come into focus you cannot access the window to lock the opened vault.
However, I am on V1.4.15 as well waiting for the bugs to be worked out on the current version. I hesitate to upgrade but if this issue is not in the current version possibly that is where I need to go.
I run Win 10.
I experienced the same problem. Deactivate the virus software did not change anything. I updated dokan software which made things worse, the program reported about a keychain problem. I removed cryptomator and installed it again, now the keychain problem disappeared. However, the same problem: neither the assigned drive nor the webdav folder could be accessed.
No indication of a problem in the log file.
I installed a new subfolder in my documents folder and choosed that as a fixed path for cryptomator. That worked out well.
(system win 10-64 home, version 2004 (the latest))
Not sure I understand your question. My encrypted folder is in a cloudstorage. I created a not encrypted subfolder in my documents section. I used the third option in cryptomator “choose your own path” (in the german version) and saved the path there. After opening the “Tresor” (not sure how it is named in the english version) the encrypted folder is mapped into this one (the files are seen decrypted). Is that what you wanted to know?
Vielen Dank für die Erläuterung. Jetzt verstehe ich, was Du gemacht hast. Ich habe bei mir nur keine dritte Option. Wo findest Du die? Beim geschlossenen Tresor kann ich als “Einhängepunkt” nur zwischen “Automatisch” und “zugewiesenen Laufwerksbuchstaben” wählen. Einen Pfad kann ich nicht angeben.
Thank you very much for the explanation. Now I understand what you’ve done. I just don’t have a third option with me. Where do you find them? When the vault is closed, the only “mount point” I can choose is between “automatic” and “assigned drive letter”. I can’t specify a path.