Network Preferences

Derek Atkins warlord at MIT.EDU
Wed Feb 19 17:11:48 CST 2003

You must be using an old version of Gnucash..

This is all for the non-existant "GnuCash Network" service,
and indeed these preferences have been removed from 1.8
specifically because they have no meaning.


Keith Knohl <keith at> writes:

> Dear All,
> I have searched through the archives, but "network" is a fairly
> well-used word.
> Could someone please explain to me the network preferences under
> Settings, Preferences, Network?
> Allow http network access
> Allow https connections using OpenSSL
> Enable GNUCash Network
> GNUCash Network Server
> All it says in the manual is "Network: Options relating to connecting to
> the network.  Are these allowing http access to the GNUCash application
> or submitting my data to some website for on-line access?  Is this for
> downloading updates?  Is this for multi-user stuff?
> I guess I'm really confused.  If someone could shed some light on this
> I'd greatly appreciate it.
> Thank you.
> Keith Knohl
> keith at
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