When trying to acceess the company file in QuickBooks, you may get the following errors:
An error occurred when quickbooks tried to access the company file 6129 0
An error occurred when QuickBooks tried to access the company file. Please try again. If the problem persists, contact Quicken Technical Support and provide them with the following error codes: (-6000, -6123, 6129, 0x8, -83).
There are a number of different possible causes for QuickBooks to error when trying to access the company file. Here is a list of possible causes and fixes:
- Check that the user has the correct NTFS permissions to the file (read and write)
- Check that the QuickBooks Server has been installed on the file server hosting the QuickBooks company file. The QuickBooks Server installation is required on the file server to enable to company file to be accessed by more than 1 user
- Check that the QuickBooks version installed on the file server is compatible with the file server. You can get An error occurred when QuickBooks tried to access the company file if you are using an older version of QuickBooks on a 2012 File Server
- The QuickBooks Database Server may not have detected the company file. To fix this open the QuickBooks Database Server Manager (Right click and Run as Administrator) on the file server hosting the company file. Click the Scan Folders tab, then click the Add Folder button and select the folder that contains the Quickbooks company files and then click OK. Click the Add Folder button again to add additional folders. Click the Scan button to begin the scan, The display will indicate which folders are being scanned. Once the scan is complete, click Close and try to access the company file again