Vault warden is a password Manager, This app is the best I have and my company using this password manager. It is very helpful for team that can log in for our business and help employees to access instead of waiting for the leader or owner to respond to us for email or password or TOTP code. So, It better to build and make this for your small business or over 500 employees. It will save your headaches. And times.
Make sure you’re running the Portainer and Nginx Proxy Manager before we start this.
We will need to go open PhpMyAdmin to create Database and user for vault warden. If you don’t have one, then follow this instruction to set up PhpMyAdmin.
Login to PhpMyAdmin, then create a database
Then click new for database to create.
Then now we have to create a user, so we have to go “privileges” in the Menu
Then click add user account
That it then now we go to create the vault warden on Portainer.
Open Portainer site → login admin → stacks → Add Stacks:
version: '3.3' services: vaultwarden: networks: - nginx - mariadb container_name: vaultwarden image: vaultwarden/server:latest restart: unless-stopped environment: - ROCKET_PORT=80 - DATABASE_URL=mysql://user:password@databasecontainer_name:3306/databasename - ADMIN_TOKEN= - TZ=America/los_Angeles - SMTP_HOST=my.richardapplegate.io - SMTP_FROMemail@example.com - SMTP_PORT=465 - SMTP_SECURITY=force_tls - SMTP_USERNAMEfirstname.lastname@example.org - SMTP_PASSWORD=PsoMEr,?,25 - WEBSOCKET_ENABLED=true expose: - 80 - 3012 volumes: - /mnt/applegatebackup/vaultwarden/data/:/data/ networks: nginx: external: true mariadb: external: true