Only the QuickBooks Administrator will see this.
This window indicates that an application with no
certificate wants to access one of
your QuickBooks company files.
This is probably a normal part of your efforts to integrate a third-party
application with QuickBooks. However, an application with no certificate may
have been altered from its original form, may have been modified to perform
functions that are not visible to the user, may contain computer viruses, or
may not be from the developer who appears to have created it.
If you got this application from a vendor that you trust and are trying to
use it to read or modify QuickBooks data, you can click the appropriate
"Yes" choice below.
If you are not sure of the source of the software, if you weren't
expecting this application to access QuickBooks, or if you're not sure this
application will work as advertised, you should be very careful about allowing
it to access your data. You can click "No," and then, after getting
more information about the application, authorize it to access a QuickBooks
company file by modifying the Integrated Applications
The Application Calls Itself...
The application reports its name to QuickBooks, and this is where QuickBooks
passes on the name. If the application does not have a certificate or has an
expired or revoked certificate, QuickBooks can report the name but cannot
Certificate Information: No Certificate
When the application does not have a valid certificate, QuickBooks notifies
Prevents the application from accessing your QuickBooks files on this
occasion. It may request access again at some future time.
Yes, prompt each time
Allows the application to access your QuickBooks file during this QuickBooks
session only. Any future requests by the application to access your QuickBooks
files will still need authorization.
Once this option has been selected,
anyone logged into this particular QuickBooks file can authorize access.
Yes, whenever this QuickBooks company file is open
Allows the application to access the current company file whenever that file
is open. If the application attempts to read and modify a different company
file, you must again choose whether to authorize access.
Yes, always; allow access even if QuickBooks is not
Allows the application to access your QuickBooks files at any time (unless
QuickBooks has a different QuickBooks company file open). If QuickBooks is not
running the application will launch QuickBooks in the background and
automatically log in.
If you select this option and your company file has multiple users, you must
also select a valid user that the application can log in as. The
application's access will be the same as that of the user you select.
Allow this application to access personal data such as Social
Security numbers and credit card information
Allows the application access to personal data; for example, you may require
an application to access employee data to assist with expense reporting or time
Use great care when authorizing third-party applications to
access personal data.
Integrating QuickBooks with other
Learning about applications that
integrate with QuickBooks
Allowing integrated applications to
access QuickBooks files
Letting an application access files
Restricting permissions for an