How To Fix QuickBooks Issue 6129

There are more than 27 thousand errors encountered by QuickBooks Desktop encounters, and each error has its own specific causes. The errors can be seen in various stages of files, like when open, recovering, or updating and working with the company’s files. One of the 6000-series that is prone to error includes QuickBooks error 6129 which affects the general operations of company files , including accessing them through QuickBooks. You may also get an error message that reads, “QuickBooks can’t open your company file.” In this post, you’ll be able to understand the causes for why QuickBooks is affected by error 6129, and what can be done to solve it as quickly as possible.

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What triggers Error Code 6129 when Accessing to the company file?

There are a variety of reasons that you are unable to open your company’s account in QuickBooks however the error 6129 can only be caused by one two of the reasons listed below.

  • If the user has restricted access to the directory where the company’s file is stored.
  • QuickBooks Database Server Manager is either not functioning on your system or isn’t functioning properly.
  • Solving these two problems that were mentioned earlier will take no longer than a few minutes. All you need to do is follow the step-by-step directions given below.

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Steps to Permanently Fix QuickBooks Company File Error 6129

Step 1: Modify Company Filer Folder permissions to ensure that the user can access Company File in it.

  • Utilizing Windows Explorer, go to the C drive on your PC and alter the properties of each folder as that is listed below.
  • C:\Program Data\Intuit\Entitlement Client\v3
  • C:\Program Data\Intuit\Entitlement Client\v5
  • C:\Program Data\Intuit\Entitlement Client\v8
  • C:\Program Data\Intuit\Entitlement Client\v6.0
  • C:\Program Data\Intuit\QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions X.0 (X = version) or C:\Program Data\Intuit\QuickBooks 20XX (XX = year)
  • C:\Program Data\Intuit\Entitlement Client
  • C:\Users\Public\Public Documents\Intuit\QuickBooks\FAMXX (XX = year)
  • C:\Users\Public\Public Documents\Intuit\QuickBooks\Sample Company Files\QuickBooksC:\Users\Public\Public Documents\Intuit\QuickBooks\Company Files
  • C:\Users\Public\Public Documents\Intuit\QuickBooks\Sample Company Files\QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions X.0 (X = version) or C:\Users\Public\Public Documents\Intuit\QuickBooks\Sample Company Files\QuickBooks 20XX (XX = year)
  • You can access your folder’s properties by clicking on the folder and choosing the option for Properties.
  • Select the Security tab, and then select the option that says, Everyone.
  • Access Full Control to all and Click apply and then OK, to store the modifications.

Solution 2: Restart and Update QuickBooks Database Server Manager

  • To upgrade QuickBooks Database Server Manager, you’ll need to upgrade QuickBooks. It’s a component of QuickBooks and is automatically updated after you have installed the latest updates for the QuickBooks Desktop application.
  • The next step is to start QuickBooks Database Server Manager, close QuickBooks Desktop and then search QuickBooks Database Server Manager from the Windows Search.
  • Choose it from the results and then run it.

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Try opening the company file on your QuickBooks Desktop next time and see whether the solutions discussed above resolved this QuickBooks issue 6129. If not, contact 1-888-704-1357 for assistance from a QuickBooks expert in resolving the issue today.

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