Quicken says Navy Federal Credit Union won't log me in.

I log in fine on the internet to Navy Federal Credit Union (NFCU).  While "getting started" with Quicken, it asks me for my bank (and gives me Navy Federal as an option so I click on it.  It asks me for my User Name and password. I give it to them and then it says it needs additional info from me and asks for my password.  I give it the password and Quicken says I must not be putting in the right password.
I think the problem has something to do with the fact that NFCU requires an Access # before providing User Name and Password but Quicken doesn't know to ask for the Activity Number.
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  • Quicken Deluxe 2011
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Ok, I just got Quicken 2012 Rental Property Manager to automatically download all my transactions.  

1.  Enter your primary account 10 digit account number.  I would imagine that everyone's primary account will be their savings account.  It would be nice if Quicken would just ask for this instead of asking for a "user id" or "user name"

2.  Password is your last four of your SSN.

3.  Submit that and Quicken will come back requesting your password.  Enter your password that you use to log on to NFCU website.

4.  That will start the motion of finding all your accounts.  It took a few minutes, but Quicken found both my accounts, and I added them as new accounts.

5.  Too easy!

6.  Access number is never used during this process.

Hope this helps.
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