How to Resolve QuickBooks Error 6073 99001 (Company File Error)?
QuickBooks error code 6073 99001 is usually seen with a warning message that states “QuickBooks is unable to open this company file. It may have been opened by another user”. The user might come across any such error when trying to open the company file that too in multi-user mode.In such a scenario, the user is recommended to ask another user to switch to multi-user mode, so that both of them can use the company file at the same time.
However, more detailed fixation steps and procedure of the QuickBooks error code 6073 99001 are discussed later in this piece of writing. Interested QuickBooks users can continue reading this post, and the ones who want any professional assistance can consult our U.S. based accounting professionals, by means of our helpline.
What stimulates the QuickBooks error 6073 99001?
The QuickBooks users can often come across the QuickBooks error code 6073 99001 as a result of the below mentioned triggers:
• If the Linux server has been used to host the files, and multiple login credentials are being used to login to the shared folder
• The company file is open in any other system and the host system finds that the system is still logged in
• Such an error could also be seen if the file is stored in a read only network folder
• Another factor triggering the error can be if the file is stored in a read only network folder
Methods to Troubleshoot QuickBooks Error 6073 99001
One can easily rectify the QuickBooks error code 6073 99001 using the below stated methods. Let us have a look:
Procedure 1: Configure the .ND and .TLG files labeled as hidden files
Under this method, the user can unhide the .ND and .TLG file, which includes the below steps:
• To start with, the user should open My computer and then navigate to the tools menu and also click on the folder options
• After that, navigate to the view tab to show hidden files and folders