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Error -6175,0: An error occurred when QuickBooks tried to access the company file

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QuickBooks Desktop returns the following error when you try to host multi-user access for your company data file:

An error occurred when QuickBooks tried to access the company file. Please try again. If the problem persists, contact Intuit Technical Support and provide them with the following error code: (-6175,0)


This QuickBooks error code 6175 occurs when QuickBooks Desktop is unable to start the QuickBooksDB service needed by the QBDataServiceUser to host company files due to a program time-out. This may be caused by firewall software, content blockers (cyber-sitter programs), or other issues that can prevent the service from starting.

See more : QuickBooks Error Code 6189


Fix Error -6175, 0

Download, install and use the QuickBooks File Doctor. QuickBooks File Doctor: Fix your company file or network (US, CA, and UK) to use QuickBooks File Doctor.

If you are unable to download and use the QuickBooks File Doctor or if your issue continues to occur, please try these advanced troubleshooting steps.

  1. Confirm that the QBDataServiceUser is configured with Power User or Administrator rights. For more information, refer to: Multi-user configuration requires Windows Admin rights.

  2. Confirm that QBW32.exe, QBUpdate.exe, QBDBMgr.exe and QBDBMgrN.exe have been given the correct access rights for any firewall or system security software. Learn more about how to Configure Firewall and Internet security settings for QuickBooks Desktop.

Get support for QuickBooks Online by dialing our helpline number 1-855-441-4417.

Article Source : https://community.intuit.com/articles/1502446-error-6175-0-an-error-occurred-when-quickbooks-tried-to-access-the-company-file



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