[Removed - Violation of Community Guidelines] I was forced to create a new cloud account and it made a huge mess of my accounts, cleared transactions and reconciliations.
Hi, @Quicken Jared. I copied my Quicken file to a travel laptop and then moved the file back onto my home computer recently. After that, Quicken insisted I reset or create a new Cloud account before I could download transactions. Afterwards, I had 100s of transfers in one account that were duplicates of those between two of my other accounts (at the same bank). Also, all accounts were disconnected, which is a huge pain to set up. I just went through similar to get a few accounts to work that would not download transactions and had everything nice and reconciled. I found the duplicate transfers and deleted those that were incorrectly entered but gave up when reconciliation was still way off because some were actually correct and it got too confusing. So, I added a few adjustment transactions and I am almost back in decent shape but can't stand the sight of "adjustments" or even being off one penny. I was told that the file itself depends on what machine its on and moving it from one computer to another can cause issues like this. Is this the case?