Error H202 QuickBooks happens while switching the accounting software to the multi-user mode. It can appear on your screen with a message saying, “QuickBooks error H202: the company file is on another computer, and QuickBooks needs some help connecting”. The QuickBooks company files are stored on a server computer in a multi-user network, and when the workstation can not access the company file, it results in QuickBooks error code H202. Multiple reasons trigger this error such as incorrect hosting configurations settings, conflict with DNS server, the firewall or antivirus is blocking communication with QuickBooks, QB application is not able to get the IP address of the host system, or there could be a possibility of the network data file (.ND) being damaged or corrupted. Here is how you can resolve QuickBooks error code H202.
Step 1. Firstly, you will have to take the network connectivity and ensure that QuickBooks is correctly connected to the network.
Step 2. Download and install the QuickBooks file doctor tool.
Step 3. Reconfigure your firewall or antivirus settings to make it compatible with the QuickBooks desktop.
Step 4. Ensure that QuickBooks services are running and the server is up.