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QuickBooks Database Server Manager Stopped? Here’s How To Solve it

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Want to make changes to your company file in QuickBooks but are unable to access it because of QuickBooks Database Server Manager Stopped issue? If yes, let us assure you there is no need to worry as getting such issues is petty common these days. QuickBooks Database Server Manager allows users to switch their QuickBooks Desktop to multi-user mode so that they can share or access their company files over a network. There can be several factors behind the occurrence of sucha multi-user issue that we are going to discuss with you, alongside the troubleshooting solutions, that too in layman’s terms.

For immediate troubleshooting assistance to get over QuickBooks Database Server Manager Stopped issue, feel free to speak to our QuickBooks support team at 1-855-856-0042.

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What are the reasons causing QuickBooks Database Server Manager is not running issue?

Generally, QuickBooks Database Server Manager is not running issue arises when the security settings of Windows Firewall block QuickBooks Desktop from accessing the internet.

What are the best ways to get over QuickBooks Database Server Manager Stopped issue?

Solution 1) Manually create Windows Firewall permissions for QuickBooks Database Server Manager

  • Open Windows Firewall on your computer.
  • Select the Advanced Settings option.
  • Right-click the Inbound Rules option and then select the New Rule option.
  • Select the Program option and then click on Next.
  • Select the This Program Path option and then click on the Browse button.
  • Navigate to the location, “C:\Program Files\Intuit\QuickBooks Year.
  • In the folder, select the file named DBManagerExe.exe and then click on the Next button.
  • Select the Allow the Connection option and then click on the Next button.
  • If prompted, ensure that all profiles are check-marked. Select the Next button.
  • Create a new rule and title it “QBFirewallException(name.exe).”

Repeat the steps mentioned above in the same manner to create outbound rules this time.

Solution 2) Run QuickBooks File Doctor from QuickBooks Tool Hub

  • On your server computer, download QuickBooks Tool Hub of the most current release (1.5.0.0).
  • Click on the file you have downloaded (QuickBooksToolHub.exe) and follow the on-screen instructions.
  • Agree to the terms and conditions to finish installing QuickBooks Tool Hub.
  • In QuickBooks Tool Hub, select Company File Issues.
  • Click Run QuickBooks File Doctor.
  • From the drop-down menu, select your company file.
  • Select the Check your file option and then click on the Continue button.
  • Enter your QuickBooks admin password and then click on the Next button.
  • Open QuickBooks Desktop and try to access your company file.

Conclusion:

If QuickBooks Database Server Manager Stopped issue persists even after implementing both the troubleshooting solutions that we have mentioned above in the post, then your QuickBooks Database Server Manager has been completely damaged or corrupted. Therefore, our recommendation for you is to reinstall QuickBooks Database Server Manager on the server computer. You can also overcome QuickBooks Database Server Manager is not running issue instantly by getting in touch with our QuickBooks support team at 1-855-856-0042.

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