If you don’t have access to specific folders, you will face the error 1926. All users don’t have permission to change files; therefore, QuickBooks protects your company’s data. Other numerous reasons spotted this error, so we are writing all that in this article.
We will provide you with troubleshooting methods of QuickBooks error 1926 to access restricted files or folders in QuickBooks.
Causes of QuickBooks error code 1926
There are various reasons why you fail to access the folders and see the logic behind that:
- If the files of QuickBooks are stored in a protected location, e.g., the root of the Drive C program.
- If the file is located in a restricted location.
- The incorrect folder will restrict you from accessing the files or folders.
- The folder will be damaged where you stored your company file.
Such restriction leads to this issue because it will not access your company files.
How to Fix Error 1926 in QuickBooks Desktop
Set the correct folder permission by running out of QuickBooks software as an administrator.
Furthermore, you can perform the following methods to fix the error of QuickBooks company files to default location.
Step 1: Run QuickBooks as an Administrator
If you run QuickBooks with no admin privileges, it will restrict you from performing certain things. To Run QuickBooks desktop as an administrator, you have to follow these steps:
- Close the “QuickBooks” program if you opened it already on your desktop
- Right-click on the “QuickBooks” software icon.
- Select the “Properties” option from the right-taping context menu.
- Click on the “Run this program as an administrator” from the “Compatibility” tab.
- Go for QuickBooks. Run this program as an administrator
- Now, click the “Apply” button to implement the setting.
- Press the “OK” button to complete the steps.
Step 2: Make a New Folder for Your Company Files
Keeping the company files in a damaged folder can cause error 1926 in QuickBooks desktop. You should create a new folder to set the folder permission and open the company file from that folder.
Have a look at the following steps:
- Make a new folder by right-clicking on the screen and selecting the “New Folder” option. Make sure you create it in the same directory.
- Now copy the company files using the right-click menu.
- Go to the “New Folder” and click right to choose the “Paste” option.
- Check whether you set up the correct folder permission at a time when you decided to copy the company file to the new folder to share the company files.
- Now, open the “QuickBooks Desktop” and tap on the “File” menu.
- Click on the “Open or restore a company.”
- Now, press the “Open a company file” option.
- Press the “Next” button.
- You are supposed to open a new folder and tap on the company file at this stage.
By following this method, you will no longer spot any error related to insufficient folder permission.
Step 3: Move Your Company File to the Default Location
- Make sure to not opened QuickBooks software on your PC
- Move to the location where your company file is saved.
- After this, you can click right on the company file. Make sure you select the file with the QBW extension.
- Click on the option “Copy” using the right-click
- Then, click right on the screen and click on the “Paste” option.
You can easily access files after moving the company file to the default location.
Step 4: Run QuickBooks Tools Hub
- In this step, you have to close the “QuickBooks” program
- Download the latest version of “QuickBooks Tools Hub” on your windows computer.
- Now, save the file on your PC.
- Go to the “Downloads” folder and click twice on the “QuickBooksTooHub.exe” file.
- Pursue the instructions given on your screen.
- Agreed upon the software terms and conditions.
- Now, run the “QuickBooks Tools Hub” software on your computer.
Because of insufficient folder permission, you will encounter QuickBooks error code 1926. The damaged folder will prevent you from accessing the file.
To avoid all these problems, we have mentioned several solutions. If you still face an error after applying the answers, you can contact our QuickBooks support team via helpline at 1-800-615-2347.
Read another article: How Can You Boost Employee Morale by Working from Home?