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Two Advanced Ways To Fix QuickBooks Error 6210

Getting QuickBooks error 6210 every time you try to open your company files in the multi-user mode of QuickBooks Desktop? If the answer is yes, then there is no need for you to worry as your company file is completely safe. Tackling such types of company file errors can be quite tough for any users, especially for those who are not much familiar with the technical expertise. Therefore, we have come up with this post to explain why QuickBooks error code 6210 arises in the first place and how to fix it with safety.

To get instant troubleshooting help resolving QuickBooks error 6210, feel free to contact our QuickBooks experts at the toll-free number 1-855-856-0042.

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What are the reasons that lead to QuickBooks error code 6210?

QuickBooks error code 6210 often arises when the Network Data (.ND) and Transaction Log (.TLG) configuration files, which help QuickBooks in opening the company file, are damaged. Although, there can be other reasons behind its occurrence, such as:

  • QuickBooks Database Server Manager is unable to locate the company files on the host computer.

How to get rid of QuickBooks error 6210 with safety?

Solution 1) Change the titles of QuickBooks Network Data (.ND) and Transaction Log (.TLG) configuration files

  • On your keyboard, press the Windows key to open the Start menu.
  • Into the search space, type “Windows Explorer” and open Windows Explorer.
  • Go to the folder that has your company file.
  • Find the Network Data configuration file (with the .ND extension) and right-click on it.
  • Click on the Rename option.
  • At the end of the filename, type “.OLD” and then press the Enter key.
  • Find the Transaction Log configuration file (with the .TLG extension) and right-click on it.
  • Select the Rename option.
  • At the end of the filename, type “.OLD” and then press the Enter key.
  • Run of the QuickBooks Desktop and try to access your company files.

If you get QuickBooks error 6210 again, proceed further to the second solution.

Solution 2) Set up QuickBooks Database Server Manager on the host computer

  • Open the QuickBooks Tool Hub on the host computer,
  • Go to the Network Issues tab.
  • Select the QuickBooks Database Server Manager option.
  • Click on the Start Scan button if you find your company file in the QuickBooks Database Server Manager.

Note: If you don’t see your company file there, select the Browse option to find it.

  • After that, open of the QuickBooks Desktop on your workstation.
    Try to access your company file and see whether you get any QuickBooks errors this time.

Conclusion:

In case you are unable to get over the QuickBooks error 6210 even after implementing the troubleshooting solutions that we have mentioned above in the post, then the program files of QuickBooks Desktop might have been corrupted. Hence, our suggestion for you is to repair the QuickBooks program files using the Quick Fix my Program tool from the QuickBooks Tool Hub. For additional troubleshooting help rectifying QuickBooks error code 6210, feel free to contact our QuickBooks Pro Advisor support team at 1-855-856-0042.

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