A few days back, when I was working on QuickBooks, I got stuck with QuickBooks Error H202 . It happened when QuickBooks was unable to locate the company file located on another computer. If you are looking for simple ways to fix the error, go through the below-listed solutions. Solution 1: Run the QuickBooks Database Server Manager To run, Database Server Manager, ensure that you have installed the QB Tool hub. Now, launch the Tool hub and go to Network Issues, followed by QB Database Server Manager. If you find your company file, click Start Scan, else browse to the location where you have stored the data file, and then choose Start Scan. As a result, it will automatically start repairing your firewall permissions. Solution 2: Check the services on the server If the issue persists, ensure that the QB services such as QuickBooksDBXX and QBCFMonitorServices are running correctly. Hopefully, we assure you that the solutions mentioned above will help in resolving QuickBooks Error H202. For any additional assistance, dial the toll-free number 855-948-3651.