Scheduled Updates Not Working in Quicken 2014 After Upgrading

The Schedule Update feature in Quicken 2014 requires you to store your Intuit ID and password in the Password Vault.  The Intuit ID was not a requirement in previous versions of Quicken.  

  1. Make sure you've installed the latest Quicken 2014 update. If you're not sure, you can perform a One Step Update, which will update your software if there is one available (Tools > One Step Update).

    If you have not created an Intuit ID, you'll be asked to create one when you perform the One Step Update.
  2. Perform this step if you have not setup your Password Vault.
    1. Select Tools > Password Vault > Setup New Password Vault…
    2. Click Next in the Password Vault Setup window.
    3. Select an account for which you will save the password. Click Next.
    4. Enter and confirm your account password.
    5. The next screen asks you to create a password for your Password Vault. Once you create and confirm the password (and write it down, if necessary), click Next.
    6. Click Done.
  3. Next, select Tools menu > Password Vault Add or Edit Passwords. Quicken will ask for your vault password.
    1. Enter your Vault Password then click OK.
    2. Click Done.
  4. Select Tools menu > Schedule Update.
  5. Verify the settings in the Schedule Update.
  6. Click OK when done.

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