Getting "service provider change OK right away" error doing Quicken update.

No way to make dialog go away.  Have to kill Quicken in Task Manager.

I just saw the problem identified in issue 777407 for the first time today.  In the past it was reported in Quicken 2012.  I'm seeing it in Quicken 2014 R7.  The answer to the issue suggests that the problem is seen by people who seldom update and those who are attempting to update accounts at institutions that have closed.  I run Quicken update almost every single day.  And I'm syncing to Wells Fargo, Chase, and American Express - none of which have closes, to my knowledge.  Also, I let the dialog box sit on my screen for 15 minutes.  It never did go away on its own (someone suggested it would eventually time out).  Any suggestions on how to get past the "service provider change OK right away" dialog?

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  • Quicken Deluxe 2014
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