BitWarden - self hosted password manager using vaultwarden/server image

Docker BitWarden - self hosted password manager using vaultwarden/server image

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Docker BitWarden - self hosted password manager using vaultwarden/server image

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I would say just backup the value of the environment variable, remove it and restart the container, try to enter in admin panel. If you have a failure you should be able to restore the environnement variable and try again with the Argon2 generation process. The Argon2 ADMIN token has to be stored in the config file so it should be there and not in env variables
 
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hmmm, looks like something bad happened :(
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Of course I am inserting a correct admin token (newly generated Argon2 token). I am putting that one which stored in config.json (I checked, it's there).
All client bitwarden apps (browser plugins, mobile app, PC Windows client app and also web dashboard) are working, but I am not able to login to the admin page.

I tried to restart my vaultwarden container, but it did not help.

What now?

EDIT: Ahhh, so now I figured out - what I need to put there is not the admin token, but the password used during the token generation. Weird...
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but still don't know, what to change to get rid of those red errors from diagnostics>

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