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Exceeded maximum number of datasets?

Using Quicken 2017 for Windows. Received a message requiring me to log on as administrator and when I did, it automatically installed an update. When I restarted Quicken, I received a message that I had exceeded maximum number of datasets and that I could not create a new dataset or continue with current task. What does this mean and how do I get around this?

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  • NotACPA
    NotACPA SuperUser, Windows Beta Beta
    edited September 2019
    It means that you've got too many files in the Q Cloud.  There's no such thing, in Q, as too many QDF files.
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    Q user since DOS version 5
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