That isn’t expected, so the rest may not be either. What OS is this? Did it just go to home screen?
The duplicati.com website (or something in it)? Still trying to verify this wasn’t a third-party package.
sounds a little different from original:
Some users get asked sometime, and some didn’t? Are these installs done by you physically there?
You might be able to get some odd results if you somehow use the same browser for all systems…
Is this the first open, meaning there is no configuration or previous backup to worry about preserving?
Are you using the TrayIcon or typing the URL in? Regardless, try typing in
Also, try a hard refresh on the web browser. Typically this is Control-F5, although it varies somewhat.
Duplicati-server.sqlite is in ~/.config/Duplicati (Linux) or %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Duplicati.
Linux ones can be inspected with
sqlitebrowser if you have it. Windows ones are a bit obfuscated.
Deleting the file (if you’re sure there are no backups, which would use random-named
would reset to original, and should cause the (missing)
First run setup dialog, and create that file.
You can also try the –webservice-password option on a one-time start to clear an existing password.
The password required to access the webserver. This option is saved so you do not need to set it on each run. Setting an empty value disables the password.
Where you put this depends on your OS.