You can easily install KeyPass on an external USB drive and carry all your sensitive information with you wherever you go. When configured this way, you can access KeyPass on any Windows PC with USB support.
Create a folder called KEYPASS in the root directory of the USB drive. Then copy the distribution files into this folder:
KEYPASS.EXE. This is the main KeyPass executable.
KEYPASS.EXE.MANIFEST. This is the Windows-XP visual style information for the KeyPass executable.
KEYPASS.CHM. This is the KeyPass help file.
KEYHOOK.DLL. This is the KeyPass system DLL.
KEYPASS.LDR. This is the KeyPass loader executable.
KEYPASS.SER. If you have registered KeyPass previously, this file contains the product serial number.
KEYPASS.DAT. If you are copying files from an existing installation, this is the KeyPass encrypted database which contains all your sensitive information plus preferences.
KEYPASS.LCK. If you are copying files from an existing installation, this file tells KeyPass to lock on startup.
KEYFILE.*. If you are copying files from an existing installation, these are the encrypted files that you have added to the database.
Once this is done, you should be able to plug in your USB drive and double-click on KEYPASS.EXE to run KeyPass from the USB drive. All updates will be saved to the USB drive.
To start KeyPass automatically when the USB drive is plugged into the PC, you will need to enable AutoRun. This is convenient if you run KeyPass on certain machines frequently such as your home or work PCs.
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