All About QuickBooks Database Server Manager

Though QuickBooks is the leading accounting software in the market in today’s date, still some users face difficulties with the QuickBooks software. Some users face QuickBooks minor errors like QuickBooks Error 6000 -80 that is usually the error related to the company files.

Important Points To Remember Before Using the QuickBooks Database Server Manager

The following are the points that you need to remember before you use the QuickBooks Database Server Manager:

This tool will create .ND (Network Data) files and store the created files on the host device.
If you are willing to use multiple versions of the QuickBooks application, you are required to install separate and Multiple Versions of the QuickBooks Database Server Manager.
Make sure that you have the latest version of the QuickBooks application software before running the QuickBooks Database Server Manager.

Steps To Download and Install the QuickBooks Database Server Manager

Given below are the steps that help in Downloading and installing this tool:

Visit the QuickBooks official website to download this tool.
Search and click on the download link.
After that, close all the programs running in the background.
Open the downloaded file i.e, Setup_QuickBooks.exe.
Follow the instruction displaying on the computer screen to install the QuickBooks Database Server Manager tool in your system successfully.
QuickBooks will ask about the install type, select the ‘Custom or Network’ option.
Click the ‘Next’ option.
Follow the remaining instructions on the screen.
After that, select the ‘Allow’ option to provide necessary permissions.
Click the ‘Save and Close’ option.
How to Set-up the QuickBooks Database Server Manager

The following are the steps to set-up the QuickBooks Database Server Manager:

Start your computer.
Go to the Windows Start menu.
In the search bar, type ‘Services’ and open it.
Search and open the QuickBooksDBXX file.
Move to the ‘General’ tab and search for the ‘Service’ section.
From the drop-down menu, choose the ‘Automatic’ option.
Go to the ‘Login’ tab and select the ‘Local System’ option.
Navigate your cursor to the ‘Recovery’ tab and from the drop-down menu, choose the ‘Restart the Service’ option.
Move back to the ‘General’ tab.
Select the ‘Start’ option to restart the QuickBooks Database Server Manager.