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Receiving an error -6175,0 while attempting to host a Quick Books company file

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I have a new 2021 5-User Quick Books Premier desktop subscription.

I have installed it on a Microsoft 2012 R2 server. I had it set to host out to my LAN users, until I started suffering an error message -6075,0. At that point, I couldn't open the company file. So, I stopped hosting the company file, and now I can access it via the server, but, no one else can get simultaneous access. I have worked with several Intuit support reps with NO Success. I am at the point of paying for single incident with Intuit.

The QB database server manager is stating the following:

                        Network Diagnostics: Started
                        Quick Books 2021 Server Not running…
                        Hosting Mode is OFF
                        QBCFMonitorService Not running on this computer
                        QBDBMgrN not running on this computer
                        Network Diagnostics: Issues detected- Trying to resolve…

I have uninstalled, reinstalled from a fresh Premier version - same results
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