Getting QuickBooks abort message every time you try to make changes to your company file (stored on the server at a different location) in multi-user mode of QuickBooks Desktop? If yes, there is no need for you to worry anymore as with this post, we are going to explain to you the reasons due to which such a QuickBooks abort error occurs in the first place and how you can get rid of it that too in layman’s language and step-wise manner.
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What can be the reasons behind QuickBooks abort error?
The followings are the reasons due to which QuickBooks abort error usually occurs:
- The version of your QuickBooks Desktop application has been outdated.
- The folder that contains your company file on the server needs additional permission.
What are the best ways to troubleshoot QuickBooks abort message?
Solution 1) Get your QuickBooks Desktop application updated to the latest release
- Close QuickBooks Desktop if it’s running.
- Open the Windows Start menu, type “QuickBooks” into the search box, and look for the version of your QuickBooks Desktop in the search results.
- Right-click the QuickBooks Desktop icon and then select Run as administrator.
- On the No Company Open screen, select the Help menu.
- From the drop-down menu, select the Update QuickBooks Desktop option.
- Select the Options tab and then click the Mark All button.
- Click the Save button.
- Select the Update Now tab and then checkmark the Reset Update checkbox.
- Click the Get Updates button to download the latest updates of your QuickBooks Desktop.
- When the downloading of QuickBooks updates finishes, restart QuickBooks Desktop.
- When QuickBooks prompts you to install the downloaded updates, select the Yes button.
- Once the installing of QuickBooks updates is finished, restart your computer.
Solution 2) Set up permissions for the folder that contains your company file
- On your keyboard, press the Windows and E keys to open the Windows File Explorer.
- Open the C: drive, locate the folder that contains your company file and right-click on it.
- Select the Properties option.
- Go to the Security tab and then click the Edit button.
- From the list of services, select QBDataServiceUserXX (XX denotes the version of your QuickBooks Desktop).
- Checkmark the Full Control checkbox and then click the Allow button.
- Select the Apply button and then the OK button.
If you get QuickBooks abort message even after following both the troubleshooting solutions mentioned in the post above, then the server’s Defender Firewall might be blocking QuickBooks Desktop from connecting to the internet. Thus, we suggest you configure the server’s Defender Firewall for QuickBooks Desktop and check if this fixes the error. You can also ask for additional troubleshooting assistance to get over QuickBooks abort error from QuickBooks experts at (1.800.579.0391).