According to Intuit, Error Code H202 indicates that QuickBooks can’t access the company file, which is located on another computer. This error code has multiple possible causes:
- security software (e. g., a firewall) is blocking access to computer where the company file is located
- QuickBooks can’t obtain the Internet Protocol (IP)address of the computer where the company file is located
- the .ND file is damaged
- incorrect hosting configuration settings
There are a number of troubleshooting steps to resolve this error that are discussed in detail in the Intuit knowledge base article linked below. Several of these steps involve checking the Hosting setting. To verify the Hosting setting, press F2 while QuickBooks is running to display the Product Information window. The Local Server Information block shows the Hosting setting at the lower left of the window.
For more information on resolving Error Code H202, consult this Intuit knowledge base article.
Robert D'Anis says
Has anybody been able to get QB to work on Microsoft Cluster? If so, are there any articles that outline a procedure. By the way, I can get QB to work on the client if QB iis open and in multi-user on the cluster server. If I close QB on the cluster server, QB continues to work until closed then it can’t be reopened until I start QB on the server again. The Client works in single user either way. Otherwise I get -100 error.