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IntuitID nag

Is quicken supposed to nag me every couple weeks or so for my IntuitID password? It also executes dual factor authentication sometimes.
I guess I'm ok with this, other than the annoyance factor.
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JohnSmith
On 2018-04-08 15:51:08 +0000, JohnSmith said:
Quicken is supposed to require we multi factor authenticate our Quicken ID.
According the Quicken Support:
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Once you log in to Quicken with your Quicken ID, you won?t need to log in again, unless you change your credentials, try to open your Quicken file on a different computer system, or if you haven't logged in for more than 90 days.
Many users have reportd that they're being prompted to authenticate more frequently.
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Sherlock

Is quicken supposed to nag me every couple weeks or so for my IntuitID password? It also executes dual factor authentication sometimes.
I guess I'm ok with this, other than the annoyance factor. ------------------------------------------------------------------
You will also get asked every time you start a different version of Quicken from the one most recently used on the same "PC" (though not when the different versions are installed in different "virtual pc's").
And lest you ask; yes, it is possible to have multiple versions of Quicken installed on the same non-virtual pc. In that situation; if the version you attempt to run is different than the version you most previously ran: you will be required to go through the "registration" dialog, which includes providing your "Quicken ID".
An "Intuit-ID" is no longer valid for any version of Quicken.
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John Pollard
Sherlock said
Thanks Sherlock,
I would be one of these people. I have't changed my credentials and I launch Quicken daily (or maybe as long as 1 week, never longer)
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JohnSmith
John Pollard said
Thanks John, neither of these apply to me, but thanks for the further information.
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JohnSmith

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