Quicken usesfunctions and settings of Internet Explorer, even if you normally use anotherbrowser for your daily activities, so it must be configured properly. Please verify the settings.InWindows Control Panel select Internet Options (or in Internet Explorer, clickon Tools / Internet options.) Click the Advanced tab. Ensure that all "Use TLS x.x" have checkmarks.Uncheck all "Use SSL x.x"Click Apply, then OK. Exit Control Panel and/or close IE. Close and restart Quicken and see what happens.
Ifyou don't have TLS 1.2 available on your system, it's time to upgrade eitherInternet Explorer or Windows.
But that might notresolve any issues that Quicken has with not being able to access the Internet.Double-check your Firewall / Antivirus settings to ensure that the Quickenprogram (C:\[full and correct path name here]\qw.exe) always has permission toestablish outbound Internet connections.If your AV / Firewall software creates log files, please review them, ifnecessary with the help of your AV software support team. That might show theproblem and give you a way to easily resolve it. Also please review https://www.quicken.com/support/connectivity-troubleshooting
If you haven't doneso already, I'd say it's time to contact Quicken Support via Chat or Phone andrequest help.
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markus1957 gave me an answer that led me to a YouTube video for how to do what he suggested which led me to the need to do a mondo update. That set it up for me to be able to get online.