I’ve been running Duplicacy GUI via Docker on my NAS - my drive failed and I lost everything, fortunately I have encrypted backups of my files on Google Drive (including the previous Duplicacy config - I backed up my Docker apps folder).
I’ve reinstalled another instance of Duplicacy GUI and added Google token, when at ‘Configure the storage’ it asks for a unique name and the password. I’ve tried every possible combination of what the password should be, but I keep getting the following error:
‘Failed to retrieve the config file: cipher: message authentication failed’
In the unique name field I’ve been using a different name when trying to access the storage, for fear of overwriting my previous settings - does this name need to match an existing snapshot for me to be authorised? Or am I going about this the wrong way by trying to add storage via using the GUI altogether? Is there a way I can reset the password? Does it make it difference if I type or paste in a password?
The existing Google token I was using was lost with my data, so I’ve generated a new one - could this be causing authorisation issues as well?
I’ve looked at previous threads, but it’s all a bit over my head as I am a bit of linux newb, and I’m really freaked out that I’ve lost my data. I’m going to continue to chipping away at every possible password combo, but I just want to confirm whether it might another issue. Please help!