[QODBC-Desktop] QODBC Evaluation Period Expired after upgrade to Intuit Enterprise.
Posted by Rajendra Dewani (QODBC Support) on 27 September 2013 08:10 AM
QODBC Evaluation Period Expired after upgrade to Intuit Enterprise.
An older trial installation of QODBC (from before QB Enterprise and long expired) was once on this computer.
How do I proceed to install the QODBC driver included with QB Enterprise, and what (if anything) do I need to do to clean up or remove the expired trial edition?
When we try to connect, the QODBC driver says, "[QODBC] Evaluation license has expired" and requires an activation key in order to continue.
To resolve this issue, You need to download the latest QODBC version.
You can get QODBC's latest version by clicking "Check website for updates" from QODBC Setup Screen About >> tab.
By clicking "Check website for updates," you will be redirected to the below page on the QODBC website. You can download QODBC latest released version by clicking on the Click to Run QODBC Installer version hyperlink.
After installation of QODBC, you first need to uninstall the old QODBC version. You can uninstall QODBC from the following:
Start >> All Programs >> QODBC Driver for use with QuickBooks >> Uninstall QODBC
Click "Yes" to proceed with the uninstallation.
Click "Next" & "Finish" to complete the uninstallation process.
Now Install QODBC Latest version on your machine. Restart the machine after the new version is installed (if prompted).
Refer: QODBC Installation Steps
After installation of QODBC, You will be able to connect to QuickBooks Enterprise.
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