Thanks. Is there any Quicken policy that prevents accessing your Quicken while overseas?
I'm presently on Windows, but moving to Mac next month.
From what I have heard, doing One Step Update in foreign countries can lead to it failing.From what I know there isn't a "policy", but there have been reports that either the Quicken servers or the financial institution servers refusing a connection because of a blacklisting some IP addresses.Personally, I think that whole practice is a bad idea because the bad guys know very well how to change where their IP addresses are coming from to other places, and as such this isn't much for preventing hacking and just messes with regular customers. But it is what it is. You will see this kind of reported failure when people talk about using a VPN and having problems. You get the IP address of the VPN server.