I use Keepass only for unimportant sites and it's set up to autostart with Windows. Entering password every time is quite annoying.
Of course I can use something like recorded macro. But is there any more usable approach?
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Create shortcut with following command line options:
KeePass.exe "C:\My Documents\MyDatabase.kdb" -pw:password
"C:\My Documents\MyDatabase.kdb" - The database file location is passed as argument. Only one database file is allowed. If the path contains a space, it must be enclosed in quotes (").
-pw:password - Passwords can be passed using the -pw: option. In order to pass 'abc' as password, you would add the following argument to the command line: -pw:abc. Note that there must be no space between the ':' and the password. If your password contains a space, you must enclose it in quotes. For example: -pw:"my secret password".
-minimize command line argument makes KeePass start up minimized.