The Multi user mode is one of the many useful features of the QuickBooks Desktop application. QuickBooks users can access and work on the same company file from various workstations by running the application in a multi-user environment. However, difficulties may arise while running the Multi-user hosting, preventing users from accessing their company files. If your QuickBooks multi-user mode is not working, it is possible that the workstation is attempting to launch a company file on the server machine. If you are unable to launch QuickBooks in multi-user mode, you can resolve the problem by following the troubleshooting procedures outlined below.
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Reasons Why You Can’t Switch QuickBooks to Multi-User Mode
If you are unable to switch to Multi-user mode, the following causes may be to blame:
On the server computer, the QuickBooks Desktop application is not installed.
The QuickBooks Database Server Manager is unable to access the company file, or the database server manager service is malfunctioning.
The server holding your QB company file has an inappropriate QuickBooks Multi-User Setup.
Windows file permissions are incorrectly configured and must be adjusted.
There is a problem with the DNS settings, or they are damaged or corrupted.
Your server is unable to communicate with other workstations due to a Windows firewall or antivirus application restrictions.
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