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Apply these 2 Easy Ways to troubleshoot QuickBooks Error 6000 83
QuickBooks error 6000 83 is among the most common errors that a user can get while trying to open the QBW company file stored on another computer over the network in multi-user mode. The error shows up on the user’s computer screen with an error message, which basically states, “An error occurred when QuickBooks tried to access the company file. Please try again.” Usually, such an error arises when the folder that contains the QuickBooks company file needs additional permission. However, there can be other causes behind the occurrence of error 6000 83 in QuickBooks that we will discuss with you in this post, with all the possible troubleshooting solutions.
And If you need instant troubleshooting assistance to get over QuickBooks error 6000 83? If yes, feel free to contact our professional technical team at the toll-free number 1.800.579.0391.
Why you are facing QuickBooks error 6000 83?
Down below, we have mentioned in detail all the possible reasons that can trigger QuickBooks error 6000 83:
- QuickBooks is not able to access the company file due to a lack of required permissions.
- The QuickBooks Database Server Manager is not running on the server computer.
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What should you do to get rid of QuickBooks error 6000 83?
Solution 1) Grant sharing permissions to the folder containing the company file
- On the server computer, open the Windows Start menu.
- Type “File Explorer” into the search column and select File Explorer from the top of the list.
- Open the C: drive and navigate to the following path: Users\Public\Public Documents\Intuit.
- In the folder, search for the Company Files folder and right-click on it.
- Select the Properties option.
- Go to the Sharing tab and then checkmark the Share this folder checkbox.
- Move on to the Permissions tab to set permissions for the users you want to give access to the folder.
- Select the Apply button and then the OK button.
Solution 2) From QuickBooks Tool Hub, run the QuickBooks Database Server Manager
- On the server computer, download QuickBooks Tool Hub of the most recent version (188.8.131.52) from Intuit’s official website.
- Select the installation file named QuickBooksToolHub.exe you downloaded and follow the instructions you see on the screen.
- To finish the QuickBooks Tool Hub installing, agree to the terms and conditions.
- Double click on the QuickBooks Tool Hub’s icon to open the application.
- From the left pane of the window, select the Network Issues tab.
- In the Fix My Network section, click on the QuickBooks Database Server Manager button.
- Select the Scan Folders tab and then click on the Browse button to choose the folder containing QuickBooks company files.
- Choose the OK button and then the Start Scan button.
Even after following the troubleshooting solutions mentioned in the post, if QuickBooks error 6000 83 persists, then there might be more than one system set to be the server to host the company file. Our recommendation for you is to correct the multi-user hosting settings on the systems and see whether this fixes the error or not. For additional troubleshooting assistance resolving the company file error, Please contact our QuickBooks professionals at 1.800.579.0391.
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