QuickBooks’ multi-user feature, which allows multiple users to access the same company file from different locations, is well-known. Users sometimes get the QuickBooks error H303 when switching to multi-user mode. This error can cause chaos by preventing users from accessing company files. The error is caused by an incorrect hosting setup and a problem in the QuickBooks Database Server Manager. The next section of this advisory blog will discuss other causes. Stay connected to us for more information about error h303 in QuickBooks.
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What are the main causes of error h303 in QuickBooks Desktop
1. One of the most common causes of error is caused by restrictions on Windows Firewall for QuickBooks when connecting to the server.
2. Another reason is the multi-user hosting configuration.
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Tested Solutions for Fixing QuickBooks Desktop H303
1. Start QuickBooks on the workstation that is showing error code h303
2. Click the File tab to open the company file.
3. Click on the Utilities option, and then look for the Stop Hosting Multi User Access option.
4. You can select the same option if you find it. Do not select the HostMulti-User Access option as this indicates that the workstation is not the problem.
5. To reset hosting, you will need to change the hosting settings on your workstation.
6. Next, move to the server computer and then open QuickBooks Desktop.
7. Select the File menu again and select the Utilities option.
8. Locate and select the HostMulti-User Access option under Utilities. Do not click on the Stop Hosting Multiuser Access option.
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Solution 2. To resolve multi-user hosting problems, run server manager from the QuickBooks Tool Hub
1. After closing your company files and QuickBooks, download the setup file for the latest QuickBooks Tool hub version from Intuit’s official website.
2. Save the QuickBooksToolHub.exe file to an easily approachable location, then open it and perform the prompt instructions.
3. You agree to the terms and conditions for installing the QB Tool Hub on your workstation.
4. Double-click the icon of the tool hub on your desktop to open it.
5. Click on the Network Issues tab and select QuickBooks Database Server Manager. Next, choose your company’s file folder.
6. Click Browse to locate your company’s file folder.
7. Click Start Scan after selecting the folder. The QB server manager will begin repairing firewall permissions.
8. After the repair is complete, click Close to close QuickBooks and reopen it.
9. Select and switch to multi-user mode from the File tab.
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That’s it. We hope you find the solutions discussed above useful in solving QuickBooks error H303. If none of these solutions work, you can contact our QuickBooks experts to get assistance with advanced troubleshooting techniques. Call our toll-free 1-888-704-1357 number and speak with them.
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