Installation on Windows

How to install Keeper Commander on Microsoft Windows

Supported Operating systems

  • Windows 10 (1903 and above)
  • Windows Server 2016 (1803 and above)

Video Overview

Watch the video below to learn how to install and log in to Keeper Commander.
Keeper Commander – Installing and Loggin In
On the Commander Github page, the current commander build is always available via the releases link.
The binary download is the file named: keeper-commander-windows-vX.XX.exe
Note about Windows installs: - You may have to right click on the executable and go to properties to unblock the file. - You need to have admin rights to install Commander - Sometimes antivirus may block the files, create a one time exception to install as needed

Python (PIP) installation

Setup with Python3:

Download the current version of Python from https://www.python.org/
Recommended releases:
Windows 11 - Python 3.10.8
Windows 10 - Python 3.10.8
Server 2018 - Python 3.10.8
Server 2016 - Python 3.9.13
On the first screen of the installation, opt-in to include python.exe in the PATH
Validate Python is correctly installed by checking the installed version from launching the cmd prompt.
C:\>pip3 --version
From the command prompt, install Keeper Commander with pip3:
pip3 install keepercommander
Once installed, ensure you have the latest version by upgrading Commander:
pip3 install --upgrade keepercommander
Please validate all updates in your test environment as commands and functionality is under rapid development.
Login to Keeper in order to validate Keeper Commander is properly installed:
keeper shell
Note, for your first time logging into a new device or a new location, you may have to perform device authorization through email or other 2FA methods.