What does this error means? And despite this error I am able to do everything. What it indicates?
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@Abhijit this error happens when app fails to authenticate with server. It can be due to network connectivity issue or when you change your master password/regenerate secret key. If it was connectivity issue, it normally should resolve itself when network comes back online or you can force it to reconnect by locking/unlocking app.
None of this is true for me. Nither I had changed my master password nor there is any network issue (as I am still getting the error when I am responding to you.) And it is not resolving itself also. Please review.
This is with the Beta chromium based EDGE browser.
Abhijit, we need to look into Diagnostics Report ( https://support.1password.com/diagnostics/ ), can you email it to us and post ticket number here please?
I had already mailed the diagnostic report. Where I can find the ticket number?
No need to worry about it, @Abhijit, I found your e-mail and replied. We can continue the conversation over e-mail from here.
Maybe it's related to this: https://discussions.agilebits.com/discussion/100424/authentification-error-message-when-i-immediatly-lock-1pw-after-first-loginhttps://discussions.agilebits.com/discussion/100424/authentification-error-message-when-i-immediatly-lock-1pw-after-first-login
It is not, but thanks for bringing it up.
bundkate, I've been seeing the same thing as Abhijit for the past several days. Can you include me in the email discussion?
Any conversations we have over e-mail are kept private, @cgerson_live_com. We can, of course, do quite a lot to help publicly here on the forum and many issues we resolves over e-mail could likely be discussed here as well, but when folks e-mail us, we assume they don't wish to share the information they're sending us with the public (or anyone else). In addition, these issues tend to happen either because you changed your Master Password or Secret Key or as a result of connection problems which are usually unique to your particular setup. If you've changed your Master Password or other 1Password credentials, click the error banner and sign in again with the new credentials and that should sort things out. If you haven't, check that 1Password is whitelisted in any security software you use, like an anti-virus or firewall. If you're still having trouble, send your own diagnostics report as Sergey described earlier and we can take a look.