Navy Federal Credit Union

I'm new to quicken and trying to do the one step update but the problem is that my bank (Navy Federal Credit Union) ask for an account number, user id, and password at the login screen.  Quicken only ask for the user id and password.  How can I get around this to do the one step update?


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Found it in another post. Type in account number in first field. In the password field type in your user id. Then retype your user id.  A box will come up, and it will say navy fcu needs more info.  Then type in your real password ( the 3rd field) and you should be all set.  That is the way to set up all 3 fields and I had the same problem yesterday until I found that post today.  Email support couldn't explain to me how to set it up this way.
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