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.
For windows installs download and install 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 WinPython:

Download the current version of WinPython from:
Typically the "WinPython64-X.X.X.0 = Python 3.X 64bit + PyQt5 + Spyder" installer is what you will need. As WinPython and Commander require PyQT5 to also be installed.
Follow the recommendation to "Register Distribution", to allow easier access to the pip3 command
Validate Winpython is correctly installed by checking the installed version from launching the "WinPython Command Prompt" in the installation folder:
C:\>pip3 --version
From the "WinPython 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 login
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.