if Windows Defender Controlled Folder Access feature Ransomware protection is
If so, configure it to add Quicken as an "allowed app" without
turning off Ransomware protection. Perform the last step in https://community.quicken.com/discussion/7857675/faq-windows-defender-controlled-folder-access
- Have you recently
enabled a VPN?
If so, this might be the problem. Try turning the VPN off and see if that
- Is there a corporate
or otherwise external firewall getting in the way? Contact the IT people
maintaining the firewall and ask for permission.
- Does your Antivirus software allow Quicken to connect to the
Quicken needs to be able to establish outbound Internet connections for the
program to work.
- Please verify this:In Windows Control
Panel / System / Advanced System Settings / Environment Variables ensure that
both the TEMP and TMP variables point to a valid and existing folder, typically
C:\Windows\Temp or C:\Users\your_username_here\AppData\Local\Temp
If they point to an incorrect or non-existent folder or drive change both
variables to an existing folder on C:\ e.g., C:\Temp (or create one) and reboot
Windows.If the Temp folder
is located on a too-small SSD C: - drive and you have an internal standard hard
disk, too, move the Temp folder to the internal hard disk.
If the folder exists … does your Windows User Account have proper access rights
to this folder?
If Quicken cannot create and use temporary files, all sorts of malfunctions
If the Temp folder is full of junk, clean it out. Delete all files and
subfolders within the Temp folder structure that Windows allows you to delete.
You may have to skip a few that are actively in use.Make sure that files
in the Temp folder are NOT accessed by cloud backup software at all.Run CHKDSK /r on
your C: - drive (or perform Error Checking from Windows File Explorer,
Properties, Tools tab).