Q07P and Prudential


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Larry Waibel

I've been using Q07P for a week or two and thought everything was fine. This
morning I went to OSU and all my passwords were gone and it wouldn't let me
add any (didn't show any accounts and 'add' was grayed out). I entered them
all by hand and now they seem to be back.

And during this I realized that my Prudential 401K update wasn't in the list.
I tried activating it and it says they're not a supported institution! But
I'd been downloading with them for years in previous Quicken versions! What
a pain since I can't go back now so I'll have to waste time trying to call
Prudential and figure out what's going on <sigh>
 
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Margaret Wilson

Larry said:
I've been using Q07P for a week or two and thought everything was fine. This
morning I went to OSU and all my passwords were gone and it wouldn't let me
add any (didn't show any accounts and 'add' was grayed out). I entered them
all by hand and now they seem to be back.

And during this I realized that my Prudential 401K update wasn't in the list.
I tried activating it and it says they're not a supported institution! But
I'd been downloading with them for years in previous Quicken versions! What
a pain since I can't go back now so I'll have to waste time trying to call
Prudential and figure out what's going on <sigh>
I had this same problem with Fidelity NetBenefits when I first upgraded
to QP2007. I previously posted the solution (which was simple). Here's
the text of my previous post, dated 8/3/2006.

**********
OK, problem solved. Instead of trying to reactivate One-Step Update for
my Fidelity NetBenefits account, I just went into the register and
clicked "Update Transactions." Here, it simply prompted me for my
customer ID and password twice, as it normally would when reactivating
one-step update for an account. Anyway, it worked. Of course, I had to
then edit my PIN Vault to save the password, and all seems fine.
Fortunately the deactivate/reactivate process did not cause a download
of a ton of old transactions (as has happened to me with other accounts
in the past). Anyway, a heads up in case anyone else sees this issue.

Regards,

Margaret
 

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