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  • in reply to: Getting Automatic Syncing to work? #12548

    mark1
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    ya i found this and am currently trying it out.
    http://www.webbexpert.com/how-to-run-synergration-opensync-tasks-as-an-unattended-service/

    i can’t believe a product like this has no reliable, built in way to run automatically run on a server.

    in reply to: Getting Automatic Syncing to work? #12536

    mark1
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    Yes I am using the full network path.
    Regarding the user, I was under the impression that once open sync was connected to quickbooks, it didn’t take up a user account.

    thanks

    in reply to: Getting Automatic Syncing to work? #12532

    mark1
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    i’m also getting this error now too when i try to run it manually
    Faield: the user you are trying to log in with is already logged in from another machine.: -2147220425

    maybe i’m missing something here, this program is capable of running automatically on a server without anyone logging in right? is there an official, complete, step by step guide to set this up properly? the manual doesn’t seem to go into much details about it.

    thanks

    in reply to: OSRunner Crashes after a few days #12531

    mark1
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    are you running it from windows task scheduler? check and make sure you don’t have the option on to kill it if it runs for too long, i think 3 days is the default setting.

    in reply to: Getting Automatic Syncing to work? #12529

    mark1
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    Ok so I now have opensync running in a vm, and no one is logging into it to run quickbooks. It works sometimes if I manually run open sync and run it, but I am still getting a bunch of different errors.

    Could not start quickbooks -2147220472
    Timeout Connecting to quickbooks, killing qbw32.exe
    MakeQbConnection Error: Could not get the name of the current QuickBooks company data file.

    I have a windows task that runs OSRunner.exe on startup whether or not the user is logged in.

    I honestly have no idea what is going on with this program right now.

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