How to find my subdomain?

dihakzdihakz
edited August 14 in CLI

I always login with my.1password.com. However, I started using Station and the CLI, and both want my subdomain. When I use "my" as my subdomain, it tells me my Master Key is wrong. I regenerated a Master Key, and yet it still will not allow me to login.

I don't see anywhere to find what my personal (family) subdomain is, nor how to regenerate or recover a Master Key and/or Master Password for my family subdomain (e.g. myfamily.1password.com)

Do I have a separate account? Is there something I'm missing? What do I need to do to connect to Station?

Thanks!
D.I.


1Password Version: 7.7.BETA-4
Extension Version: 70700004
OS Version: 10.15.6
Sync Type: Not Provided

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  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    Hi @dihakz!

    "my" is indeed the default subdomain for Families accounts :+1:

    If this is the Station I think you are referring to, I suggest you read this discussion on the forum, specifically this post from one of our developers:

    Station is embedding a copy of the 1Password command line tool in their application and are using it to create a faux 1Password extension. We have been in contact with them, where we advised them that we cannot recommend that our users use something like this, but alas the feature exists. Since this involves entering your 1Password credentials into an application other that 1Password, we cannot recommend that you do so.

    I suspect that the issue is not coming from 1Password, but from Station. Do you see the same behavior if you use our CLI directly?

  • Hi! Thanks for writing.

    For the most part, I think this satisfies my question. There are, however, two locations to put a 1Password account in: 1) The 1Password “app” (which did what you’ve mentioned above) and, 2) clicking on my account profile (it has “Password Managers” at the bottom, including only option — to connect 1Password.)

    The CLI works fine with “my” so I should be okay there.

    I suspect the password manager might have only to do with Teams support on Station.

    Regardless, thank you!

    D.I.

  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    @dihakz:

    There are, however, two locations to put a 1Password account in: 1) The 1Password “app” (which did what you’ve mentioned above) and, 2) clicking on my account profile (it has “Password Managers” at the bottom, including only option — to connect 1Password.)

    We still only recommend entering your 1Password credentials in 1Password, not in third-party apps, for security reasons :+1:

    The CLI works fine with “my” so I should be okay there.

    That's good to hear, thank you for the update :) If you have any other questions, please feel free to reach out anytime.

    Have a wonderful day :)

  • A good rule of thumb. Thank you for the follow-up!

  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    You are very welcome :)

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