Both of these patches fail for me. The error from the patch utility reads: "Could not parse the URL "Granoff\AppData\Local\Temp\IXP000.TMP\current/wyserver.wys" - it's either malformed or is an unknown protocol." The full path to this temp directory includes my full name "Mark Granoff", so my guess here is that your code is not dealing with paths containing spaces! Not a problem until this release. I've installed plenty of your updates until now without an issue. Something broke and no one tested it.
In case of Patch installation error "Server file
failed to load … Index and length …"
instructions here:https://www.quicken.com/support/patch-error-unable-check-updates-server-file-failed-loadIf the error message is about a file named "wyserver.wys", the
problem is the Windows User Account name. If your Windows User files are
located in a folder named, for example,
"C:\Users\John Doe\..." (with a blank space between John and Doe)
you need to create a new Windows User Account with Admin privileges and a name
that does not contain a blank space, e.g., "John". Use the new
account to install or update Quicken. Afterwards return to using your regular
Windows User Account for running Quicken and doing all other work, as usual.
If the user name is
not the cause, try to enable and use the hidden Administrator account.
how to do that. Supposed to work in all Windows versions.