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How to Resolve QuickBooks Error 80070057?

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When you attempt to access a business file in QuickBooks, you may see the run-time QuickBooks error code 80070057. In most cases, this error is caused by a problem communicating with a QuickBooks Company file on a networked computer (Server or Host).

You cannot delete or move the QuickBooks files from the given folder in case you do not have the rights. However, if you have access to read/write and delete/create QuickBooks Company files saved in a specified folder, you may use the QuickBooks program in a multi-user environment.

 

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What Causes Error 80070057 in QuickBooks?

Here are some possible causes of QuickBooks Error 80070057:

  • Damaged Network Data (.ND) files are one of the major reasons that trigger error 80070057 in QuickBooks. These files configure multi-user access to QuickBooks Company Files. It allows programs to identify the database server they will use. When users attempt to relocate or delete.ND files from the host or server system, the files become unreadable.
  • Incorrectly configured System Security programs and Firewall might cause communication issues between QuickBooks Desktop and QuickBooks Database Server. In this case, QuickBooks Error code 80070057 is quite likely.
  • When a QuickBooks user attempts to open/access a QuickBooks company file through a shared folder, it also occurs. Only the server or host computer can access or open QuickBooks server files.
  • The antivirus blocks unusual ports when data is sent between the PCs with BitDefender. Use the database service on the host machine to execute QuickBooks Desktop 2018 and 2017. This database service uses ports 56728(2018), 56727(2017), and 56726(2016). Bitdefender, by default, bans these ports.

 

QuickBooks Error 80070057: Newest Solutions to Solve the Problem

 

Solution 1: Open your company file correctly

If you open the company file properly, you may avoid receiving an error.

  • Open QuickBooks Desktop.
  • Pick the company file.
  • Select Open.

 

Solution 2: Update QuickBooks

  • Make sure your QuickBooks is updated with the newest updates and improvements.

 

Solution 3: Run QuickBooks with admin permissions

Make sure QuickBooks has enough permission to work smoothly.

  • Close QuickBooks.
  • Do a “Right-click” on QuickBooks icon and select “Run as administrator.”

  • Wait for the file to open, or elect the company file and choose Open.

 

Solution 4: Move your company file to the default location

 

  • If your business file is stored elsewhere, transfer it there.
  • Close QuickBooks.
  • Go to your company’s file location.
  • Copy the company file (.QBW) by right-clicking.
  • Paste from the context menu of the default location.
  • Company Files: C:/Users/Public/PublicDocuments/Intuit/QuickBooks
  • Select Find a business file in QuickBooks.
  • Search for the company file name in Local Drives.
  • Open the relevant company file.

 

Solution 5: Run the QuickBooks File Doctor

  • The QuickBooks File Doctor helps you resolve many common file issues. Install the QuickBooks Tool Hub to utilize File Doctor.

 

Solution 6: Manually Resolve Error 800070057

Step 1: Rename the .ND

  • Go to your company’s file location.
  • Find your company .ND file.
  • qbw.nd
  • To rename the .ND file, right-click on it.
  • Add .old to the file name.
  • qbw.nd.old
  • If you’re using QuickBooks Multi-user, go to the next step.

 

Step 2: Run QuickBooks Database Server Manager on your server.

  • Install the QuickBooks Tool Hub if you haven’t already.
  • Network Issues with the tool hub.
  • QuickBooks Database Server Manager If QuickBooks isn’t already installed on your server, it will be.
  • Using the QuickBooks Database Server Manager, scan your company file folders. If not, go to your business file and click Start Scan.
  • Select Close.
Last Say!

 

We hope that the above-mentioned solutions were helpful in fixing QuickBooks Error 80070057. In case the issue persists, dial 1-800-761-1787 and you will be immediately connected to a certified QuickBooks expert.

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