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Migrating from LastPass
Migrating from LastPass
Keeper has created tools to assist in migration from LastPass to Keeper.
For environments where each user is transferring their private LastPass passwords to Keeper, our automated import tool will assist.
Download Keeper Desktop from:
Login to Keeper Desktop using SSO or your email and master password.
Click on your
in the upper right-hand corner.
Settings > Import > LastPass
and enter the credentials.
For environments where there are many Shared Folders, the LastPass Administrator can transition folders to Keeper using the instructions below.
As the LastPass administrator, you can migrate passwords, folders, and Shared Folders using Keeper Commander. To install and run Keeper Commander
see these instructions
. The command is below:
This will transfer the passwords, folders and shared folders from the vault owned by the Admin (
) on LastPass into the Admin's Keeper Vault.
Import the shared folder membership from LastPass by running this command:
unload-membership --source=lastpass lastpass_shares.json
This will generate a file called
in your working directory which contains the share permissions for each shared folder, user and team.
If you need to make changes to the email addresses of shared users (for example if moving domains), you can then edit the file
directly on your filesystem.
Your users can
their Keeper vault using the
Keeper Desktop application
at any time in this process, but they should not import passwords at this point.
The Admin can share the LastPass folders with designated users using the command below.
import --users --format=json lastpass_shares.json
This command can be executed as often as needed. It will share the folders with any user or team in Keeper who has created their account.
Currently, users must have a Keeper account in order to receive a share. Therefore, this command can be run repeatedly as often as needed to pick up the new users and share the folders.
After the users have received their Shared Folders from LastPass, they can also import their private passwords by visiting the
After the users have transitioned to Keeper and imported their passwords, you can remove their access to LastPass.
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