Have you ever received subscription error? Today we will discuss what we can to do if you are getting a subscription error while you installing or updating your QuickBooks Enterprise Solution with the help of QuickBooks Support Number.
No need to worry if you get one of these errors when you install or update your product. We are always here to help you.
- First Error: You will get the error, we need to verify your subscription before installing QuickBooks Desktop.
- Second Error: There may also be an error like: Sorry, it looks like you need a subscription to install QuickBooks Desktop.
- Third Error: You may also get an error like: We are sorry, it looks like you need a subscription to start using QuickBooks Desktop.
In case, if you are still getting this error on a workstation, it means there could be an issue with a Windows user or a third-party app. They could block processes you need to run QuickBooks. You might also have a problem with the install of the .NET Framework. While working on QuickBooks file and in the middle of this if the error happens on all computers. We will request to come in contact with our QuickBooks Customer Support Number. For best results, follow the solutions in the order shown.
|Note: You have to be sure before you do any of the steps below
Solution 1: You need to reset Internet Explorer settings
- Click & open Internet Explorer.
- Click & go to the Tools menu, then choose Internet Options.
Note: Now Press Alt on your keyboard if the menu bar doesn’t show.
- Open Advanced tab. From the Advanced tab, choose Reset or Restore Defaults.
- Click & select Apply, and then press OK.
Solution 2: You may run the QuickBooks Install Diagnostic tool from the Tool Hub
Step 1: You need to download and install the QuickBooks Tools Hub
However, QuickBooks Tools Hub help to fix common errors. The QuickBooks needs to be closed to use the tool hub. For the best experience, we will recommend you use Tool Hub on Windows 10, 64-bit.
- Click & Close QuickBooks.
- Start download the most recent version (22.214.171.124) of the QuickBooks Tool Hub. You can save the file from somewhere you can easily find it (like your Downloads folder or your Windows desktop). Note: In case, if you have installed Tool Hub before, you can find out which version you have. Select the Home tab. The version will be on the bottom.
- Click & open the file you that you have downloaded (QuickBooksToolHub.exe).
- Please follow the on-screen steps to install and agree to the terms and conditions.
- Once the install finishes, You need to double-click the icon on your Windows desktop to open the tool hub.
Note: In case, if you are not able to find the icon, do a search in Windows for QuickBooks Tool Hub and select the program.
Step 2: From the Tools Hub, run the QuickBooks Install Diagnostic tool
- Click & select Installation Issues from QuickBooks tool hub
- Click & select QuickBooks Install Diagnostic Tool.
- Click & select OK when the Diagnostic Tool completes.
- Click & start QuickBooks Desktop and open your data file.
Still, if you are facing any error, move to Solution 3.
Solution 3: You can manually disable the firewall and/or antivirus software
- You can disable your firewall.
- You need to turn off your antivirus software.
Note: In case, if your antivirus may require certain rights to make changes. You might not be able to disable some antivirus software Check out your manufacturer’s user guide or website for details on how to temporarily disable and configure your software.
- You can locate the icon for the third-party antivirus in the system tray at the bottom right of the Desktop screen.
- You need to click on the right icon, then select Disable.
- You need to install QuickBooks Desktop or run the update again.
Solution 4: You can create a new Windows Admin user
- You can create a windows user with Administrator rights.
- You may install QuickBooks Desktop or run the update again.
Solution 5: You need to install QuickBooks Desktop in Selective Start-up
We will suggest you to follow the steps in Install QuickBooks Desktop in Selective start-up.
Solution 6: You need to install certificates
If you are using Google Chrome:
- Click & go to https://ratable.qbdt.intuit.com
- Select address bar. From the address bar, select the padlock symbol.
- Click & select View Certificates.
- Certification path will open. In the Certification Path tab, select the Symantec Class 3 Secure Server CA – G4 item.
- Click & select View Certificate and then Install Certificate.
- You will see the Certificate Import wizard opens. Follow the default options to import.
- If it will get done, you see the window that shows a successful import, select & press OK.
- Click & close the certificate windows, then try to install or update again.
If you are using Internet Explorer:
Note: You need to follow the on-screen instructions to complete the install and import.
- Click & select the Tools menu, then select Internet Options.
- Click & select Content, and then choose Certificates.
- Click & select Intermediate Certification Authorities.
- First Find and select Symantec Class 3 Server CA – G4.
- Click & choose View Certificate, and then Install.
- You need to retry to install or update.
|In case, if the above steps don’t resolve the issue, go to Fix Common QuickBooks Desktop Installation Errors with the QBInstall Tool.|
Hopefully, the information in the preceding blog will assist you in resolving the problem. Call the QuickBooks Customer Support Number for technical support. Experts will assist you with any technical issues you may have.
You can also contact firstname.lastname@example.org via email. For further information, go to www.qbooks247.com. Contact our executives at any time, since they are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.