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  • 1. entering Digital Rights on Money Plus Deluxe
    I bought the full version of Money Plus Deluxe $49.99 and it seemed to install ok. But I didn't get the or see the oppty to enter the digital rights code that Microsoft emailed me. So when I open the program I get a reminder that I'm on a trial version that will end soon and the only options are "remind me later" and "purchase" and when I select "purchase" a window takes me to the purchase website so I can buy it again (I guess). How / where is the screen to enter the digital rights? HELP!
  • 2. Money trying to update closed account
    I have 3 Washington Mutual accounts, 2 of them are open and 1 has been closed. I went to Account Settings for the closed account and checked "This account has been closed," but when I do an update it still tries to update that account and I get an "Update unsuccessful" error. The other 2 open accounts update fine, as expected. How can I prevent Money from trying to update the closed account? If I try to change the "Online Services" info for the closed account, it affects the 2 open accounts as well, because they are all WaMu.
  • 3. ticker symbol for Swiss Market Index
    Is it possible to get quotes for the Swiss Market Index (SMI) on MSN Money? I've tried $SMI, $SMI.X, $SWX, $SWX.X, all to no avail. TIA, NM

Re: Money 2003 and Service Pack 4

Postby Dick Watson » Fri, 11 Jul 2003 14:15:41 GMT

Money has never been supported in any form on Win2k Workstation, much less
Server. I think you will find that this is a very rare environmental
combination that not many posters--if any--have experience with. Have you
tried reinstalling Money? Have you read the MSKB articles for similar
problems, i.e., messages, in different environments?








Re: Money 2003 and Service Pack 4

Postby Chris Cowles » Fri, 11 Jul 2003 14:33:31 GMT

I'm using M'03 on Win2K sp4 without a problem. Just install it as
administrator, then it can be run as a user. I have no experience using it
as a TS client. I doubt if MS put any thought into why anyone would.
-- 
Chris Cowles,
Gainesville, FL











Re: Money 2003 and Service Pack 4

Postby moneyman » Fri, 11 Jul 2003 17:17:42 GMT

Yes, Money is supported with Win2K:

 http://www.**--****.com/ 
Operating System    Windows 98, Windows 2000, WindowsME, or Windows XP


A lot of times when updating a SP on TS I have had to re-install apps.

As far as Win2K with SP4 - that is not an issue.  I just applied SP 4
to my workstation and I did not need to do anything to Money.

The Admin re-install is the way to go.




On Thu, 10 Jul 2003 01:33:31 -0400, "Chris Cowles" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >





Re: Money 2003 and Service Pack 4

Postby Boyd » Sat, 12 Jul 2003 03:25:25 GMT

Thanks, i have tried reinstalling several times.  No luck. 
It appears to me that there is permissions issue.  I have 
seen references to permissions problems in other postings. 
Anyone have experiences where permissions could prevent 
Money 2003 from working for regular users but works fine 
for the Administrator?


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applied SP 4
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experience using it
anyone would.

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