Fixing Quickbooks Errors

When multi-user hosting access is blocked in the QuickBooks software, you may experience these errors:

Why this issue is appearing?

Network Descriptor file works to store a specific path to the company file and name the particular server from where the file is shared. These error messages appear when the network descriptor file has a wrong path to access your QuickBooks company file or QuickBooks Database Manager uses a corrupted user account on the Windows.

How to resolve the problem?

There are 2 solutions suggested by Intuit and you can practice these solutions to fix the issue. There are great chances of resolving the issue with the solution 1 but you will have to perform other available solutions if your problem persists. Orderly performed solutions will result in resolved issue.

Solution 1: Run QuickBooks File Doctor Application

Download QuickBooks File Doctor Application, install it on your system and run it. If No problem is found even after the QuickBooks File Doctor test and you experience the same error, you should perform the solution 2.

Solution 2: Reinstall the QuickBooks Software

Important Note: To practice these recommended steps, you should have Windows administrator rights. It also requires installation CD of QuickBooks.

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Windows Vista, 7 or 8

Windows XP

Windows Server 2003 with Active Directory:

If this recommended solution does not fix the problem, please visitIntuit QuickBooks Community website where you can post messages, read the discussions and put your questions related to the error you have been experiencing. If you want to get technical support, you can contact Professional IT person but it may apply charges.