How can we set the Internet parameters for Quicken in the XP bottle? Even tried installing IE7 (which is Quicken's preferred way of handling this), but the install failed.I'm getting desperate - all my financial life is in E*Trade, I can't function if the downloads fail.Secure Protocols can live in several different places, depends on who you read.
If you have any questions or need help, call us at 888-353-0547. How do I use Quicken's Web Connect through (personal investors)?
What types of accounts can I download my transactions for? How do I use Quicken's Web Connect through (institutional investors)? What's the difference between "Download all funds into a single Quicken account" and "Download each fund into separate Quicken accounts"?
I have a question in to E*Trade to see what they support on their end - if it's just TLS1.1, we're out of luck, since XP only supports TLS1.0 and Quicken 2014 will only run in an XP bottle.
You can download and export up to 18 months' worth of Vanguard transaction history into Quicken.
After you download your data, your operating system should automatically recognize the file and import it directly into your Quicken records.
The Quicken software will compare the new download with older information to record only new transactions and eliminate any duplicates. Intuit no longer supports previous versions of Quicken.
This change would have required that you take further action to continue to update your Vanguard accounts.
If you are attempting to update Vanguard accounts in Quicken and are getting an error that Vanguard is no longer able to update, you may need to review Quicken for Windows 2014–2016 on how to deactivate and the reactivate your accounts.
TLS1.0 is 0x80, TLS1.1 is 0x200, TLS1.2 is 0x800 and SSL3.0 is 0x20.
To turn on TLS1.0 and TLS1.1, while turning off TLS1.2 and SSL3.0, the value of Secure Protocols should be set to 0x280.
For general questions about downloading transaction information from vanguard.com, call Vanguard at 888-353-0547.