Can Mint support a second type of ADP Retirement account, please?

My ADP 401K does not work with Mint. Mint tries to connect "ADP Retirement" accounts via this URL, which does not work for me:

https://www.mykplan.com/participantsecure_net/login.aspx

I am not sure why but ADP has multiple login URLs and some employees cannot use the login URL above (my login credentials do not work there). I have to use:

https://www.mykplan.adp.com/public/ISILogin.aspx

I believe this is the same issue that Denis was having here:

https://mint.lc.intuit.com/questions/953545-adp-401k-retirement-account

I have asked Mint to support this type of ADP account, too. They have passed the above information to their data provider for consideration and encourage all Mint users with the same problem to speak up so that Mint's engineers will look into this and have it prioritized. Please click "Me too" if this affects you, too, so we can get it resolved sooner.

Thank you, Mint! :)

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Still not working despite several apparent changes on ADP's side to consolidate their logins.. C'mon mint -- peoples' 401ks are a huge part of their financial picture.

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