Error: QuickBooks Desktop Wants To Verify Subscription While Installation

Published on 14 October 2020 at 12:11

QuickBooks Desktop really wants to verify subscription while Installation

When installing or updating your QuickBooks some time you may possibly receive one message “Sorry, we have to verify your subscription before installing QuickBooks Desktop” it seems as if you need a subscription to put in QuickBooks Desktop. it could indicate an issue with a Windows user or a third-party application blocking QuickBooks processes, or there is a concern aided by the installing of the .NET Framework.

If QuickBooks Desktop desires to verify subscription while Installation error occurs on all computers it could be because of the encrypted file containing the license number and product code is damaged. Intuit recommends more than one solution with this error: “Sorry we need to verify your subscription before installing QuickBooks Desktop. The primary solution usually takes proper care of your concern or we advice more than one solution for this issue.


Reset web browser settings and also make it as default browser:

Open web browser > Click on Tools menu, then click on Internet options. > Click on Advanced tab, reset of restore defaults. > Click on Apply and then click on OK.

Disabled the windows firewall and/ or antivirus software

• Open Windows Firewall by clicking the Start button > and then click on control interface > in the search box, type firewall, and then click Windows Firewall > In the left pane, click Turn Windows Firewall on or off.

• Some antivirus software can not be disabled while others require certain rights to help make changes. Refer to the company's user guide or website for further information on just how to temporarily disable and potentially configure your software.

• Locate when it comes to Antivirus icon bottom right of this desktop near clock, Right click on the icon and then Disable.

• You will need to install QuickBooks again.

Creating new windows user account with administrator:

• Go to regulate panel > select user account control > create/ add new user with admin.

• And give full rights to QuickBooks Desktop database account.

• You will need to install QuickBooks again.

Try to install QuickBooks Desktop in selective startup mode:

• Open MSCONFIG > under General tab > select selective startup and load system services> next click on services tab > select Hide all Microsoft services> then Click on Disable all> Unmark the Hide all Microsoft Services checkbox > Check the list of services and ensure the Windows Installer checkbox is selected. If it is not, mark it then select OK > On the System Configuration window, select Restart

• After restarting the computer, install, uninstall, or reinstall QuickBooks Desktop using clean install.

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Or Install Certificates:

• Click on Tools menu, then select Internet Options > Under Content tab click on Certificates > Click on the Intermediate Certification Authorities tab > Find and select Symantec Class 3 Server CA - G4 > Click on View Certificate, and then click on Install.

If the above mentioned steps try not to resolve the matter, please contact at QuickBooks ProAdvisor number

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