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Windows 10 Update causing inability to open the company file in QB POS!

 

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 A recent update to Windows 10 is causing some people to be unable to access their company data.

Information released by Intuit includes the following:

" You may experience issues with Company Operations screen loops, causing inability to open the Point of Sale company file. This is the result of the Intuit Entitlement Service being stopped by the Windows 10 latest update."

"What you need to do

Please perform the following steps to access your data file in Point of Sale:


 

  1. Close the Point of Sale program
  2. Press Windows + R keys to open the Run dialog box
  3. Type in services.msc and select enter. Then select the Intuit Entitlement Service v8 for 2013 and 12.0
  4. Right click on the Intuit Entitlement Service and select Properties from the right click menu
  5. On the Properties window, on the Startup type drop down menu, select Automatic (Delayed Start).
  6. Start the service, if it is not already, by clicking on the Start button.
  7. Click on the OK button to close the properties window.
  8. Close the Services Window by clicking the X in the upper right corner.
  9. Reopen the Point of Sale program
 

After reinstalling Qb POS, I get error: Intuit.RSG.QBPOSInterop.UpdateApplicationActionPage.

 

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A recent Windows update is causing many people to have to reinstall the QuickBooks Point of Sale software.

On client systems, it is not uncommon to reinstall, then get faced with an error:

Error: Intuit.RSG.QBPOSInterop.UpdateApplicationActionPage

Why is this happening?

The reinstall has removed the product updates the program has received, and it no longer matches the updates on the main system.

 

How do I fix this?

There are 2 ways to fix the issue:

  1. Click Close on the error. When you are at the POS screen ( and nothing is active) choose Help, Software Updates, Check for updates. This should locate, download and install the latest POS update. After that,  the program should open successfully.
  2. Option 2- Manual update- You can download the manual update from Intuit’s site, save the update to the computer, then install it. Updates can be located here:

http://support.quickbooks.intuit.com/support/productupdates.aspx

 

QuickBooks Point of Sale and EMV compliance.

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For some time now we have been trying to find out where QB POS was going with EMV compliance.

 

It looks like we finally have an answer. While we were told in the past that QB POS v 11 (2013) would eventually be made compliant, after the version 12 was done, it appears that has now changed.

The information we have received now is that ONLY the QuickBooks Point of Sale V12 will be made compliant.

If you are using a version of QuickBooks point of Sale that is older than version 12, you will need to upgrade.

 

Failed to open company file, When opening QuickBooks Point of Sale.

 

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This is an error we are seeing more of. After trying numerous fixes, I have found one reliable fix:

  1. With QB POS closed, open the control panel in windows, open Admin Tools, Services, and stop the Intuit Entitlement Client, and the QBPOS database manager.
  2. Open the folder at c:\users\public\public documents\intuit\QuickBooks Point of Sale x(version)\Data
  3. Select New Folder and name it ( trial or Bogus)
  4. Copy the QBPOS.db from your current company file folder into the new folder
  5. Restart the Intuit Entitlement Client and the QB POS database managers
  6. Open POS and tell it to open the Trial or Bogus company
  7. Once the company opens, go to File, Company Operations, Rename Company and change it to your business name and then add a 1 on the name.

I have seen this occurring on networks where one computer was replaced with a Windows 10 system.

Even if the Windows 10 is not configured properly, it would try to connect to the company data, and appears to break the folder.

If you are putting a Windows 10 computer on the network I would recommend looking at the blog on running Qb POS 10 on a Windows 10 system. https://qbdeal.com/quickbooks-point-of-sale-blog/659-quickbooks-point-of-sale-10-in-windows-10.html

 

Are you planning to buy a new Windows 7 system? Better act now!

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Windows 7 has been a stable operating system, and loved by many. But Microsoft has rules as to how long an operating system can be sold.

Originally, they ordered the stop of sales of Windows 7 for October 31, 2014. But there was a huge backlash associated with Windows 8, so they extended the ability to sell the Windows 7 operating system.

The new deadline will be October 31, 2016. After that, even the computer manufacturers will no longer be able to sell it.

So if you are happy with Windows 7, and are planning on getting a new system, you will want to start planning now.

 

Is the cloud the best place for my Point of Sale? QB POS Desktop v12 and QB POS Online by Re

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 revelhwQuickBooks Online powered by Revel.

It’s a phrase we hear every day, and many really don’t understand.

The Cloud.

There have been some cute commercials made around it, but in reality it underscores the fact that it is something you cannot see, touch, taste, smell or feel, but can have a very big impact on our lives.

When we talk about “The Cloud”, what we are really referring to is a computer server that is connected to the internet. That server will hold or dispense data depending on the instructions we give it. And to keep our data private, we save our data using encryption, which is a fancy way of saying we have our own little language that only we understand. If someone else tried to read it, they get gibberish.

Ok, so far so good. So why this big push to get everything on the cloud?

Well, having something accessible through the internet does have some distinct advantages. You can access information from anywhere, run reports, place orders, run payroll…..all kinds of things, and not be chained to your desk.

Are there disadvantages? Sure. If the internet goes down, or is not available where you are, your kinda stuck, right?

Five years ago, that was the case. Today, not so much.

Read more: Is the cloud the best place for my Point of Sale? QB POS Desktop v12 and QB POS Online by Re

 

QuickBooks Point of Sale 12 and missing buttons in the Assembly screens.

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There have been recent reports of the Qty+, Qty- and other buttons missing from the Edit Assembly screens when trying to edit or create an Assembly Item in QB POS v12.

 

Intuit has been made aware of the issue. Here’s what’s happening.

The QB POS program was designed to operate on a screen resolution of 1024x768. Except that some screens do not appear to work well at this resolution.

Intuit has stated that resetting the screen to a resolution of 1920x1080 or higher may help, and also reducing the font size to small. (This can be found under Control Panel -> Appearance and Personalization -> Display.)

Then, close POS and reopen it if it is not already closed.

In a nutshell, the buttons are there, they are just displaying off the right side of the screen.

Some experimentation may be needed to find a resolution that works, and you may actually have to reset the resolution again after editing the assemblies.

 

EMV- Whats it REALLY all about?

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EMV.  This is a major buzz word today, and from the questions we have been receiving, it appears to be a really confusing topic.

So, let’s take it and try to make it real easy to understand.

 

EMV stands for Europay, MasterCard, and Visa. These are the companies that got the ball rolling.

What EMV does is change who is at fault when credit card fraud happens.  That’s it. Really.

The new cards will have a chip in them. When they are inserted into a chip reading device, the chip adds a unique transaction number to the sale.

emvchiponcard(Image supplied by VISA).

If you have the chip reading equipment, and there is a fraudulent sale, then you are not responsible.

If you don’t have the equipment and there is a fraudulent sale, you ARE responsible.

If you have the equipment, but the card does not have the chip, the bank that issued the card is responsible.

If you take a card number over the phone, you have always been responsible for that anyway, so, no change.

That’s it in a nutshell!

When put into plain language, it really is not a huge change!

So what about a situation where the credit card processor has not made the chip reader active yet, or has not yet sent you a chip reader?

Well, contact them.

We know that some of the chip devices are not yet ready, so Intuit has been sending out a notice to their payment clients stating that intuit will accept the liability until March 31, 2016, or you receive the equipment. In some cases, like with QuickBooks Point of Sale v 12, if you have the debit pad, the capability is already in place to read the chips, but the software update to turn it on has not yet finished testing and been sent out. That will come as an update to QB POS. Until it does, the liability is covered by Intuit.

So the thing to remember is:

It is really not a big change. And, until everything is in place, Intuit has your back.

 

 

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