IT Support Exeter NH

by Brian on July 16, 2018

What IT Support Problems Can We Solve for your Exeter, NH Business?

Exeter NH IT Support

Are you tired of Band-Aid type of fixes? Looking for responsible and professional computer support that can be there when you have a problem?  You can’t have employees sitting idle or fixing their own computer problems. We make all of the technology pieces fit together which in the end saves you time and money.

  • Email systems that allow you to work effectively from anywhere
  • Laptops, desktops, and servers installed with best practices to eliminate downtime
  • Onsite and offsite backup solutions to avoid losing valuable company data
  • Security hardware/software to prevent costly virus disasters and hacking
  • Painless upgrades of the software that runs your business
  • Workstation or Server upgrades to newer software and/or hardware
  • Computer Networks that run with little downtime
  • Flexible tech support plans tailored to your business
and more…

We keep technology working for small businesses in and around the Exeter, NH area. We’re a highly skilled IT and computer support company located in the Seacoast that can help you at your office in Exeter, NH.


Fixing Quickbooks Error Code H303

by Brian on July 10, 2018

Quickbooks H303 errorAccording to Intuit, Error Code H303 indicates that the computer on which the QuickBooks company file is located needs additional configuration. This error code has multiple possible causes:

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.

One thing that we often find in a multi-user setup is that QB was never properly installed.   Many times more than one workstation is trying to host the QB file.  To check this make sure the Hosting setting is set to “Off” on all workstations except the one that actually runs the database.

If this all sounds very confusing you’re not alone.  We have learned the Quickbooks nuances after years of working with bookkeepers and accountants.  If you need a hand give us a call at 603-742-1118 and we’d be happy to help you locally in NH, MA and ME or using our remote tools.


see Intuit KB article on this topic:

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Microsoft Outlook Shortcut Keys

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Do You Know Where Your Cloud Data Lives?

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Lunchinar…Cloud Computing: What Is It and How Can It Help My Business?

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I Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Firewall!

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I recently came across an edgy article that I’d like to share with you.  I think the title is meant to trigger a reaction.  How else are you going to get someone’s attention these days?  The article’s entitled, “Why You Don’t Need A Firewall?”  Wow, that caught my attention!  I mean who in the world […]

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