Nasdaq Agreement
Author: kazuna
Creation Date: 12/2/2016 1:06 AM
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kazuna

#1
All of the sudden, in the morning, WLP popped up saying:
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After you view the following Nasdaq Agreement, you will need to restart Wealth-Lab Pro.

I clicked [OK] button, then Internet Explorer opened saying:
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Nasdaq User Agreement for Real-Time Quotes

I closed it then finally [Nasdaq User Agreement] dialog popped up saying:
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Please restart Wealth-Lab Pro.

Then I had to restart WLP manually.

Isn't this supposed to be one time thing and only when WLP runs first time?

This WLP has been running on the machine for a while.
I'm wondering if WLP corrupted a file or something that triggered this to happen.
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Eugene

#2
Just a thought: have you (or 3rd party utility) cleared IE cookies?
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kazuna

#3
No, I haven't used IE at all on that trading machine.
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Eugene

#4
A 3rd party utility might have cleared the WLP cookie, for example.

P.S. No need to use IE: even if it's not used in principle its engine remains an important system component that pops up here and there as a control.
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kazuna

#5
Before IE popped up, WLP popped up first.
Why did WLP think if Nasdaq Agreement needs to be reviewed?
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Cone

#6
Sorry, can't help you with this one. It's a better question for the Fidelity support guys who can check the status of your WLP entitlements and trading agreements.
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Eugene

#7
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Why did WLP think if Nasdaq Agreement needs to be reviewed?

I was just speculating about the IE cookie. It would be unlikely if WLP relied on it. If I were the developer I'd store it inside WealthLabConfig.txt or some other file. Consequently, corruption of the file would trigger the need to accept the agreement again. Another possible reason might be if it were stored on Fidelity's servers and had to be periodically reviewed. Again, all this is just a speculation and you might want to follow Cone's advice.