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happens that while you are trying to switch from multi-user mode to single-user mode, an error may occur which doesn’t let you continue to change the hosting mode successfully. It happens because the server system signals another system to work up, and for that change to be achieved, you can restart both your computers and the applications. To understand all the causes and the ways to terminate this hosting error, you should read the complete blog carefully.
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What are the credible factors for multi-mode error?
To find a fix for the error, the first step you will need to take is to understand the reasons that cause the issue in setting multi-user mode. Once you get an understanding, we will be good to go and learn the next step, i.e., troubleshooting. Find the error causing factors below:
- The server with which you are trying to work on doesn’t have QuickBooks installed, or perhaps not correctly installed.
- The user-mode settings are not appropriately or correctly set.
- The communication between different computers is obstructed by the security software or firewall.
- The permission to the Windows file is blocked due to faulty settings.
The next step after learning these reasons is to pick them out to cure QuickBooks.
What to do to switch the hosting mode?
There are a few steps that the user can take to fix the error. These steps will include the verification of the folder’s permission settings or activating the Database Server Manager on your system. Let us give you the steps chronologically.
Solution 1: Configure the permission of the folder
The problem may be occurring due to the improper settings configured for the folder permission. The steps given beneath will tell you how to set it up properly.
- First and foremost, you must verify if the permission settings are set to the correct mode. For that, go to the Windows Start
- From the menu, click on File Explorer.
- Now right-tap on the folder containing your company file and choose Properties.
- Click Advanced from the Security tab. Then select QBDataServiceUserXX.
- Click the option of Edit.
- Now change the status of the settings given below to Allowed:
- Traverse Folder/Execute File
- Read Attributes
- List Folder/Read Data
- Create Files/Write Data
- Read Extended Attributes
- Write Attributes
- Create Folders/Append Data
- Write Extended Attributes
- Read Permissions
And in case your permissions are not set as they should be, then:
- Navigate to the folder that has all of the company files. Then choose Properties.
- Now hit Security.
- Click on the Editoption. After that, make a selection for QBDataServiceUserXX.
- Opt for Full Control, then for Allow.
- Bring the effects into the picture by clicking Apply, then hit OK.
After performing the changes in settings, if the error is prevalent, then you can consider changing thefolder permissionsof other folders like C:\Program Data\Intuit\Entitlement Client\v8, C:\Users\Public\Public Documents\Intuit\QuickBooks\Company Files, etc. If even that doesn’t solve the problem, do install QuickBooks Database Server Manager on the server/host computer.