Thanks. Finally I realize how to get earlier mondo version.Steps I used:Get version number needed at:https://www.quicken.com/support/subscription-release-quicken-windows-release-notesThen copy current mondo patch link from "Download the US Mondo Patch Update" :https://www.quicken.com/support/update-and-patch-20182019-release-quicken-windows-subscription-productPaste the link in my browser and replace the latest release number with the my desired release number and submit.A window pops up to download the older version.
It does though confirm what I was saying, and that wasn't a "program" change that caused the problem.
....This patch and others before it are sometimes getting loaded with incorrect connection configuration information that tries to connect using the older direct connect method. If you have already run OSU that day with the previous version, the incorrect data will not get updated.I have found if I back date fidir.ini about a week, close/open Quicken, OSU will run successfully. Otherwise, you have to wait for a day (or so) until the configuration information gets automatically updated as it periodically does. Users then think Quicken fixed the connection issue for their FI, but all that really happened is that Quicken downloaded the configuration data that should have been included in the patch.....