Автор Тема: I am using a MacBook, why is QBDBMGRN not running on this computer?  (Прочитано 654 раз)

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The "QBDBMGRN" process is a Windows-only service that allows multiple users to access a QuickBooks company file over a network. Since you are using a MacBook, which runs on a MacOS operating system, the QBDBMGRN not running on this computer. QuickBooks for Mac has its own built-in database server manager to manage company files over a network. The equivalent process in QuickBooks for Mac is called "QuickBooks DB."


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I am using a MacBook, why is QBDBMGRN not running on this computer?
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I am using a MacBook, why is QBDBMGRN not running on this computer?
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I am using a MacBook, why is QBDBMGRN not running on this computer?
« Ответ #4 : 07 Декабрь 2023, 10:11:44 »
As you are using a MacBook with MacOS, the equivalent process on this operating system is called "QuickBooks DB." QuickBooks for Mac has its own built-in database server manager to handle company files over a network.