Automatically and safely login to Quickbooks company files - we'll do the typing for youGet AutoPassQB For Free
AutoPassQB waits for QuickBooks to ask for your company file credentials (password and/or username) and then types them in for you. Whether you're a one-person operation or have multiple users and multiple company files, AutoPassQB handles all Quickbooks Login prompts and automatically logs you in.
We don't keep or share your login information. Your password is saved only on your computer and only in encrypted form in the Windows Credential Store, ensuring that your Quickbooks data remains safely locked with your computer password.
Works with QuickBooks 2014-2017 desktop editions for Windows (such as Premier, Pro, Enterprise Solutions, etc.). If you have Quickbooks on your PC, AutoPassQB will work for you.
AutoPassQB is the little brother to our QBAutomaton, a customizable flow that automates interactions with Quickbooks, opening files, performing complex operations, and responding to other QuickBooks prompts (Backup now? Upgrade now?, etc).
Because AutoPassQB is in active testing, the download version is time limited. When it expires, simply come back to this website to download the updated version.
Simply download, install, and run it. When you run it for the first time, AutoPassQB will ask for your Quickbooks username and pasword. Afterwards, hide the window and that's all! AutoPassQB remembers your credentials and will enter them as soon as it detects that Quickbooks is asking for your username and password.
Try using Admin if you don't know your QuickBooks username - it's the default username for QuickBooks company files.
Please send us an e-mail describing the problem and we'll try to help. Because different versions of Quickbooks can behave in slightly different ways when it comes to logging in, you may experience problems if you're using a version of Quickbooks we haven't (yet) tested. Please contact us and we'll do our best to help.
Please try re-typing and then re-saving your password in the AutoPassQB window, we find that in most instances the problem was a typo when storing the password in AutoPassQB. If you're still having trouble, please send us an e-mail.
We do not access or share any information you provide AutoPassQB. AutoPassQB does not transmit any of your information to us or any other party. Your username and password are stored in the secure Windows Credential Store and are encrypted for maximum protection.
AutoPassQB is free.