When I try to allow staff access to all clients, a message "sorry failed to update user details. Please try again later."

I called in with this issue more than a month ago.  I have tried repeatedly to click on the box for all clients so staff could access all clients.  It fails every time.  My staff cannot do their job and I am stuck doing unbillable administrative work.  It appears my staff can only access clients from 2016, not the full 2018 list.  

Related issue - It appears to be giving my staff full access to QBO clients (as if the permissions were combined in link).

I want my staff to have full access to tax clients and their uploaded / downloaded information, but limited or no access to QBO.  I think there are some coding issues in Intuit Link.  It has worked fine for the last two tax seasons and has been nothing but a HUGE headache and loss of profit for this tax season.

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