Troubleshoot the QuickBooks Error 6129 with these Easy Methods

With the QuickBooks Company File user is able to host all the financial data at one place and access it without much hassle.But, certain errors such as QuickBooks error 6129 might be the hampering the user from creating a new company file or opening the already created company file. Under the category of 6000 error codes, falls QuickBooks Error 6129 which is linked with the company file issues. With QuickBooks Error 6129, 0 the following error message is displayed “Error code: -6129, 0: Database connection verification failure” being displayed on the screen. In this article, we list the possible reasons that trigger the error and the method to resolve it in the easiest way possible.

What are the reasons for QuickBooks Error 6129?

Listed below are some of the reasons that could have triggered the QuickBooks company file error 6129,0. Knowing the actual root cause of the issue can help get rid of the error eventually.

  • There might be corruption with the network files.
  • The domain of the client machines and server do not match.
  • The computers that are connected in the network for the multi-user mode might not be in the latest update of QuickBooks
  • A third -party Anti-virus or the firewall might be blocking the operation and hence causing the QuickBooks Error 6129 0.
  • The Company file upgraded to the QuickBooks Latest Version with Non-windows admin profile.

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Troubleshooting steps for QuickBooks Error 6129

Solution 1: Renaming the .nd file to resolve Error 6129 of QuickBooks

  • Open the folder that contains the company file.
  • Select the .nd file of the company and right click on it to Rename it.
  • You can make use of .old prefix for renaming purpose.
  • If the company file is used on many computers, then the users will set-up the QB Database Server Manager.

However, if the QuickBooks is set up only on one Computer then you can open the company file.

Solution 2: Run the Windows in the safe mode

  • Restart the computer
  • During the restart process, when the boot screen opens up continuously press the F8 key.
  • Once you are on the Advanced Boot Options window, press the down-arrow key and hit the Safe Mode with Networking and press Enter.
  • Log-in with the admin account and open the company file to see if the error is solved.

Solution 3: Move QuickBooks company file to a new location

  • Create another file folder.
  • Navigate the QuickBooks company files to the new folder.
  • If you have been using QuickBooks on one system, it is easy to open QuickBooks company file using new folder.
  • Hit on the Start button of the Windows device and select Programs after that.
  • Then select QuickBooks and after that click on QuickBooks Database Server Manager.
  • Click on Scan Folders.
  • If there is no folder that contains the company file, click Add Folder and add it.
  • Click the Scan and hit Close when the scan is completed.
  • Open QuickBooks company file.

Solution 4: Verify all Workstations are in the same Network

If the company file is present on a computer that is available on a different network, it is then required to contact the IT professional to check that the computers are on the same network or you can contact the Intuit Authorized customer support at 1.855.738.2784 for help.

The troubleshooting steps help you surpass QuickBooks Error 6129. Once you know the cause of error, it becomes easy to reach to its solution. But if you fail to resolve it with the above steps contact technical customer support of QuickBooks who will manually solve the error for you and try to prevent it from occurring in the future.  

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