Setting up your Password Vault


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Setting up your Password Vault

When you've entered accounts from multiple financial institutions into Quicken, you can end up being prompted for multiple passwords. Quicken provides a Password Vault feature that can help make your password management much more convenient and secure. Rather than entering each password individually, the Password Vault feature allows you to manage all your passwords simultaneously with a single vault password. An easy way to setup your Password Vault is to create your vault while you are saving a password in One Step Update, or when you are adding an account. Alternately, you can setup your Password Vault in the Tools menu.

In the Tools menu, click Tools, select Password Vault and select Setup New Password Vault. To setup password vault form One Step Update, click the One Step Update blue circular arrow in the top toolbar or in the account bar. In the One Step Update settings pop up window, type in a password for an account that you need to update. Check the Save check box that appears next to the ...

Setting up your Password Vault
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Setting up your Password Vault provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Sally Norred as part of the Quicken 2014 Essential Training

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