QuickBooks error code 6123, 0 appears when you use a QuickBooks company report over a network. From corrupt network connection to firewall network blocking or damaged QBW files, there are innumerable reasons for this error to occur. Nevertheless, QuickBooks is the best accounting software used by small and medium scale organizations but it sometimes irritates the users to a higher extent. To resolve the error you can perform simple troubleshooting solutions that are enlisted below or if you are not interested then contact QuickBooks where the technical representatives will rectify the error conveniently and in limited possible time.
Solution 1: Use QuickBooks file doctor tool
QuickBooks file doctor is an excellent tool to fix most general causes that create an obstacle in the journey of the users. But you will first need to download this tool and install it on your system. It will remove all the errors in the first scan.
Solution 2: Install connection diagnostic tool
It can be due to some connection troubles that you might be receiving this error, so you can take help of this tool and eliminate the error message from your device.
Solution 3: Manual troubleshooting
Step 1: Press windows key and click on explore
Step 2: Go to your QB company file and right click on the file with.ND extension
Step 3: Rename the file by adding ‘old’ as a suffix
Step 4: Go to files > utilities > host multi-user access
Step 5: Select file > switch to multi-user mode
In case if you are unable to access the company file even after troubleshooting then you need to switch to multi-user mode. For doing so, go to file then utilities and select host multi-user access. If you still experience the error code then you are left with the last resort that is to dial QuickBooks support phone number that stays reachable 24 hours of the day. There are no location constraints to avail help and guidance from the technical executives. They possess sound knowledge of resolving all QB errors and other problems.
Also Read: How to Fix QuickBooks has Stopped Working Error?