Password Length: max 16 - make a warning when updating Vault

I just updated my credit card password with a 32 character password, which I thought was a great idea. It worked fine on the website, so I updated my Password Vault » fine no problem.
When I do OSU, I get an error! it then troubleshoots and asks me if I recently updated the password, I respond yes and ask Quicken to try again; Q automatically accesses the Vault and tries again » Success!! So I say: all is well!

Next OSU: same problem, over and over again! the password is correct in the Vault [but has 32 characters] » it works fine when the troubleshooter acessess the Vault and logs in!

BUT, big BUT, when OSU, acesses the Vault I believe the 16 character limit kicks in and there is an update error !!

Simple solution for all users: Quicken checks size of password when updating the Vault and advises user that he has gone over the 16 character limit!! simple! avoids many headaches...

Thank you!
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  • dnfinance
    dnfinance Member ✭✭✭
    Good suggestion.  The recommended improvement would save a lot of Quicken customers' time and frustration. 
  • Jim_Harman
    Jim_Harman SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited January 14
    Or even better, let the Vault and OSU fully support longer passwords
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