Run the QuickBooks Database Server Manager on your server
Step 1: Download and install the QuickBooks Tools Hub on your server
The QuickBooks Tool Hub helps fix common errors. For the best experience, we recommend using Tool Hub on Windows 10, 64-bit.
We recommend you download the most recent version (22.214.171.124) of the QuickBooks Tool Hub. Save the file somewhere you can easily find it (like your Downloads folder or your Windows desktop). Note: If you've already installed Tool Hub before, you can find out which version you have. Select the Home tab. The version will be displayed on the bottom right or you can select About to view the version.
Open the file you downloaded (QuickBooksToolHub.exe).
Follow the on-screen steps to install and agree to the terms and conditions.
When the install finishes, double-click the icon on your Windows desktop to open the tool hub.
Step 2: From the Tools Hub, run the QuickBooks Database Server Manager on your server
Your server computer is the one that stores your QuickBooks company file(s). Your other computers connected to your network are your workstations.
From the QuickBooks Tools Hub, select Network Issues.
Select QuickBooks Database Server Manager. If QuickBooks isn’t installed on your server, you’ll be prompted to install it.
Inside the QuickBooks Database Server Manager, select Start Scan if your company file folder(s) are displayed. If they aren’t, Browse to the location of your company file and then select Start Scan.
The QuickBooks Database Server Manager will repair your firewall permissions automatically. When the scan finishes, select Close.
Open QuickBooks on each workstation where you see Error H202. Select File and Switch to Multi-user Mode. If you use your server computer as a workstation, be sure to check it too.
If your workstations can go into multi-user mode without any issues, everything is fixed.
Hope this helps you.
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