CLI --upload / --list Vault does nothing #12812
I'm attempting to upload a simple pdf file to a test vault on my s3 bucket, but it ain't working.
This is what I do:
Duck asks me for my Access Key and Secret Access Key, so good so far.
So at this point it says:
Is getting ready to upload, but then it realizes it is a locked vault.
It asks me for my phrase.
I enter my phrase and hit enter.
It asks me to save the password.
Then it just disconnects and goes back to cmd, without telling me anything or giving me a reason.
I'm on a Windows 10 using CMD.
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Also, a little update: the vault passphrase shows up in plain text, not in asterisks (I've no idea if this is by design or maybe related to the vault "kicking" me out without saying a word).
I entered the right passphrase and it kicks me out anyway...
Did another test with another newly created vault: same thing. The passphrase prompt shows up, but for some reason, even after the right credentials have been entered, the login never happens. I'm not sure if this has something to do with the vault being located on an amazon server.
Confirmed, Vault listing doesn't work.
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I cannot seem to reproduce the problem
We have been able to reproduce the problem (Windows only) and a fix is in review.