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Steps to resolve the QuickBooks error H202

by Linda Martin Certified QuickBooks Expert
QuickBooks is financial accounting software that was developed and is marketed by intuit. It offers numerous features that make the task of bookkeeping and maintaining financial records quite an easy feat. Even though QuickBooks is a flawless program, it can be affected by some issues from time to time. One such issue is the QuickBooks error H202.

Now, before we go through the steps of resolution, we must first comprehend as to what causes QuickBooks error code h202 to occur.

Factors that cause the QuickBooks error H202 to occur

  • Corrupted company files/file
  • The invalid or damaged DNS setting
  • Erroneous hosting configuration setting
  • Damaged QuickBooks Database Server Manager
  • Unable to communicate with the server
  • The computer’s firewall system is blocking the communication path
  • QBCFMonitor or QuickBooksDBXX not running

Steps to resolve the QuickBooks error H202

These are the steps that you will need to follow in order to get rid of the aforementioned error:

Delete and then reconstruct the .ND file

  • Press the Window button or start
  • In the search box, type .ND and click “Enter”
  • In the results, find .ND file
  • Perform right click on the .ND file and select “Delete”
  • Now, click the Window button or start button
  • Navigate to “All Programs” > “QuickBooks” > “QuickBooks Database Server Manager” section
  • Hit the ‘Scan Folder’
  • Select the ‘Add Folder’
  • Browse company file folder
  • Choose the company file & Hit the “OK”
  • Select “Scan”
  • Start scanning
  • Once the scanning is done. Select the “Close” tab

Restart the database server manager in QuickBooks


  • Click the Windows button + R to open the run dialog
  • Type “services.msc”
  • Click “OK”
  • Perform right-click on QuickBooksDB19 (2009), QuickBooksDB18 (2008) or QuickBooksDB17 (2007)
  • Select “Stop”
  • Perform right-click & select “Start”
  • Close the Window
  • Display extensions for known file types
  • Perform right-click on the Window start button
  • Choose Explore > Tools > Folder Options
  • Clear the ‘Hide extensions’ of the “known file types” by clicking “View” tab
  • Click the “View” tab again
  • Choose “Show hidden files and folders”
  • Clear the ‘Hide protected operating system files’
  • When the warning appears, click “Yes” and then “OK”
  • Close Windows Explorer

Rectify the TCP/IP settings of your connection

  • Make sure that the TCP/IP Settings are correct. If it is not correct then correct the TCP/IP Settings.
  • Ensure that network ports are running well so that QuickBooks can transfer/transmit data
  • Add the server to Windows hosts file
  • Establish a new folder for the company file
  • Create a new folder on the hosting computer
  • Enable the Windows access permission to share company file/files
  • Copy the clone of QWB (QuickBooks Database) file to the new folder
  • Use multi-user mode to open the company file
  • Follow the steps to set hosting to local files
  • Open QuickBooks, Enter “F2” key
  • The product information screen will appear
  • Below the Local Server Information on the lower left, choose “Hosting” to select the ‘local files only’


We hope that this article has helped you in getting rid of the QuickBooks H202 error. There are cases, where even after you have followed all the steps, you might still be facing the error. In such cases, the best thing to do is to contact the QuickBooks Desktop support phone number 1-877-263-2742.

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Created on Apr 26th 2019 04:18. Viewed 349 times.

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