What is QuickBooks Enterprise Error Code 6073-99001? How do I fix it.?

What is QuickBooks Enterprise Error Code 6073-99001? How do I fix it.?

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What is QuickBooks Enterprise Error Code 6073-99001? How do I fix it.?

The QuickBooks Enterprise Error code 6073-99001 may appear which may create a problem which can run down your business day. QuickBooks Enterprise Error Code – 6073-99001 can happen when opening the QuickBooks organization record (.qbw) in multi-user setups. This QB Enterprise error: 6073, -99001 when trying to log in with a second user. The first user is working fine.

This mistake code has different possible causes:

QB Enterprise error code 6073-99001 is identical errors. They occur for one of the following reasons:

1:-The file is open in Single User mode on the machine hosting the file.

2:- The file is still being accessed by another workstation and is in Single User mode.

3:- The file is located in a read-only network folder.

4:- The files are hosted on a Linux server and are using more than one set of login credentials to sign on to the shared folder.

5:- The file was being accessed by remote software (Log Mean, GoToMyPC, etc.) and the host computer still sees that user as actively logged on.

How to fix QuickBooks Enterprise Error Code 6073-99001

1:- Open QuickBooks, go to File-> Close Company.

2:- Select Open or restore an existing company from No Company Open Window.

3:- Select Open a company file and click Next button.

4:- Now select the company file from Company Files List.

5:- Click the checkbox of an Open file in multi-user mode and click the open button.

6:- Now sign in your account.

Hope this answer will be helpful for you. For more information about importing invoices into QuickBooks, dial our QuickBooks Customer support number+1-855-441-4417 You can ask any query related to QuickBooks from well qualified and experienced accounting experts.

Answered on October 10, 2017.
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