This window tells you that an application is attempting to access one of your company files, but the QuickBooks Administrator has specified that
QuickBooks must always ask before allowing access to this application.
Application Name and Developer
Gives the name and developer of the application, as reported by the
application itself to QuickBooks. QuickBooks cannot necessarily verify this
information; however, if you are seeing this information, then your QuickBooks
Administrator has authorized this application to access the current company
file after prompting you for permission.
Prevents the application from accessing your QuickBooks files on this
occasion. It may request access again at some future time.
Yes, This 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.
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