[Quick Troubleshooting Guide] to Fix QuickBooks Error 6000 83

Are you encountering QuickBooks error 6000 83 while trying to connect to the company file, located on the server computer at a different place, directly from any of the workstations? If yes, there is no need to worry anymore as you have landed on the absolute right page. The primary reason that triggers such an error is the incorrect multi-user hosting settings on the systems. Although, there can be other reasons behind the occurrence of error 6000 83 that we will discuss with you ahead in this post, along with the solutions to get rid of it.

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Resolving QuickBooks error 6000 83 can be pretty complicated. However, all it requires the right troubleshooting assistance that you can get immediately from our QuickBooks support team at the toll-free number (800)-583-0572.

What are the reasons triggering QuickBooks error code 6000 83?

Down below, we have mentioned all the reasons that usually trigger QuickBooks error code 6000 83:

  • More than one system is set as the server by the user to host the company file in multi-user mode.
  • There are some issues with the QuickBooks company file, like data corruption or the incorrect extension.

What are the best solutions to get rid of QuickBooks error 6000 83?

Solution 1) Manually turn off the Stop Hosting Multi-User Access option on the workstations

  • At first, open QuickBooks Desktop on any workstation where you get the error.
  • Go to the File menu and move your cursor over the Utilities option.
  • From the Utilities side menu, choose Stop Hosting Multi-User Access if it is an option. In case you see the Host Multi-User Access option, ignore it and move on to the next workstation.
  • Check all workstations by following the aforementioned steps in the same manner.

Once you are done checking all workstations, move on to the server computer that hosts the company file.

  • On the server computer, open the QuickBooks Desktop application.
  • Go to the File menu and move your cursor over the Utilities option.
  • From the Utilities side menu, choose Host Multi-User Access if it is an option. In case you see the Stop Hosting Multi-User Access option, ignore it.

Solution 2) From the QuickBooks Tool Hub application, use the QuickBooks File Doctor tool

  • Download QuickBooks Tool Hub of the latest version (1.5.0.0) on the server computer.
  • Choose the installation file named QuickBooksToolHub.exe and follow the onscreen instructions to install it.
  • In QuickBooks Tool Hub, select the Company File Issues tab at the left pane.
  • Select Run QuickBooks File Doctor and then choose the company file from the drop-down list.
  • Choose the Check your file option and then hit the Continue button.
  • Type in QuickBooks admin password and then choose Next.

Conclusion:
If you are unable to get rid of QuickBooks error 6000 83 even after implementing all the troubleshooting methods mentioned above in the post, then there are high chances that the company file is wholly corrupted. Therefore, our suggestion for you is to restore a backup copy of the company file in QuickBooks Desktop of the server computer and see whether this rectifies the error or not. For additional troubleshooting assistance to resolve the multi-user error, don’t hesitate at all to speak to our QuickBooks support team at the toll-free number (800)-583-0572 .

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