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One Step Update keeps prompting me to set up Scheduled Updates

I have my passwords stored in my own password vault and do not want to store them in quicken. When I try to do One Step Update for all my accounts, I get directed to a Schedule Updates screen. I unchecked everything and clicked OK. Then nothing updated. This happens every time I try to run One Step Updated for all my accounts.
I tested by running a run step update for my checking account and that worked. But I want to run One Step Update for everything when I start up Quicken. No, I don't want to store my passwords in your vault Quicken. This worked just a couple of days ago.
Anyone have any suggestions on fixing this? Very annoying.
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  • heffelda
    heffelda Member ✭✭
    I am typing them all in.....oh wait a second! I'm auto typing them with my password vault. I bet I have to add a tab in there somewhere to get to the Update Now button!
    Thanks, Chris. Update in a moment...
  • heffelda
    heffelda Member ✭✭
    Chris,
    Thank you so much! I just had to add 4 tabs to my auto type sequence to get it to work again.
    I'm an idiot!
    Thanks for the help, you're a life saver!
  • Chris_QPW
    Chris_QPW Member ✭✭✭✭

    Your welcome.

    I'm curios what are you using to do the automatic typing?

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  • heffelda
    heffelda Member ✭✭
    @Chris_QPW

    I'm using KeePass as my Password Vault. It's a little techy/fiddly but I have entries for all my financial institutions and then created a One Step Update entry.

    There is an Auto-Type tab there and you can input a sequence that refers to your other entries. Then, you associate the auto-type sequence with an open window.

    When you open One Step Update you press Ctrl-Alt-A and KeePass types in your sequence for you.

    The sequence looks something like this:
    {REF:[email protected]:American Express}{TAB}...

    KeePass has documentation on all of this.
    https://keepass.info/index.html
  • Chris_QPW
    Chris_QPW Member ✭✭✭✭
    Thanks @heffelda

    I'm actually going to refer another person to this thread since they were asking about using a password manager with Quicken.  I'm using RoboForm and it can fill in simple password dialogs automatically, but doesn't have auto typing.

    This that thread:

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