(Quicken Classic Premier Subscription: R52.33 on Windows 11)
Thanks. I can also guess. Looking for a definitive answer.
I'm not interested in using any feature which requires Quicken to store my credentials on one of their servers. If the creds are stored locally in my data file, I'm more inclined to use it.
> @Boatnmaniac said: > I think that picture I'd posted was pretty definitive. I was only guessing that the servers where the login credentials for Online Bills are saved are the same servers where the EWC login credentials are saved. Whether they are or not is moot because in both cases they are saved on Quicken servers. Ok, I see your argument. I'm still hoping maybe this is just sloppy documentation, and the credentials for Online Bills are stored locally. It's not clear to me why these transactions/connections cannot be made from my machine directly (i.e., why do "Quicken Servers" need to be involved here?) I'm definitely not using EWC and Quicken on the Web for obvious reasons.