Unleash the procedure to troubleshoot QuickBooks Backup Error 2277
No doubt, QuickBooks is one of the best accounting software across the globe that allows the users to manage their accounting tasks with much ease. This feature packed software involves several codes and algorithms, which increases the chances of encountering glitches while operating this software. One such error that is usually reported by the QB users, is Error 2277.
Considering the problem of QuickBooks users, we have come with this article that deals in the quick fixes for the QuickBooks error 2277, along with the triggers to the same. Thus, if you are also facing this error, then go through the entire article. However, another quick fix can be reaching out our 24/7 QuickBooks error support team by dialing our toll-free number .i.e. +1-800-880-6389.
Error Code 2277 Backup failed QuickBooks
While exploring the features and functionalities of the QuickBooks, the user might encounter this serious error code 2277 along with a message displayed on the computer screen. While creating the backup of the company file, this error can be seen.
Following simple steps might help the QuickBooks users in getting rid of this error, but before that let us have a look at the causes of the QuickBooks Error Code 2277.
Triggers of QuickBooks Backup Error Code 2277
- The first and foremost reason can be unsuccessful and incomplete backup of the files.
- Another reason can be corrupted QuickBooks or Company data files.
- This error generally makes the system slow, which means that the system freezes or the program becomes unresponsive.
Quick Fixes to QuickBooks Error Code 2277
If you are tired of the QuickBooks Error 2277 and want to get rid of it, then all you need to do is follow the simple troubleshooting steps, and make sure you follow the same order. To shun off the error, QuickBooks users can follow different methods, as stated below. So, without further delay, let us explore the methods to get rid of the QB Error code 2277:
Method#1: Run Intuit Data Protect Diagnostic Tool
- To begin with, the user is required to right click the ‘Intuit data protect‘ icon that is located at the bottom of the screen.
- Moving ahead, tap on ‘About Intuit Data Protect‘ option.
- And then, Press ‘Ctrl+ F2 keys‘ simultaneously to launch the ‘IDP tool‘.
- Now, in this step the user is required to look for the ‘Run Diagnostics‘ option and select the same. Also, there is a need to ‘reconfigure the software‘ and/or the hardware in order to permit access to the ‘IDP files‘.
- In the final step, if the tool is able to detect the issue with firewall or a third party security software, then the user is required to check the manufacturer’s website as it will help the user to gather the information regarding configuration.
- After that the user is required to add the following files for exceptions form the folder “C:\Program Files(X86)\Common Files\Intuit\Data Protect.“
Method#2: Inserting Windows Firewall Ports
- The very first step is to open the ‘Control Panel‘, followed by visiting the System and ‘Security‘ section.
- Now, the next step is to tap on the ‘Windows Firewall> Advanced Settings‘.
- The user is now required to select the ‘Inbound rules‘ option from the ‘Advanced Settings‘ Window.
- Moving ahead, click on the ‘New Rules’ option from the right side of the same window.
- The last step is to enter the ports and the hit the ‘Next‘ tab.
- Incoming Port 80
- Outgoing Ports 443, 16841
- After that the user is required to follow, he prompts and follow the above four steps for ‘Outbound rules‘.
Method#3: Cleaning the internet explorer cache, cookies, SSL state, and temporary files
- To begin with, the user is required to open the ‘Internet Explorer‘
- After that, visit the ‘Tools‘ menu, followed by clicking on the ‘Internet Options‘
- Moving ahead, he next step is to go to the ‘General‘ tab, then clicking on ‘Delete‘ which will be seen under the browsing history tabs.
- Now, the user is required to check the following boxes: ‘Temporary Internet files‘ and ‘website files‘, ‘Cookies and website data‘, ‘History‘, ‘Form Data, and InPrivate Filtering‘, after that the user is required to uncheck the ‘Preserve Favorites‘ and website data box.
- After that, the user has to choose the ‘Delete‘ option to clear the items.
- The next step is to visit the ‘Content Tab‘.
- And lastly, the user is required to choose ‘Clear SSL state‘, and then hit the ‘OK‘ tab.
Method#4: The user is required to add trusted sites
- First of all, the user is required to open the ‘Internet Explorer‘ and then visit the ‘Tools‘ menu.
- The next step is to choose the ‘Internet Options‘.
- Now, simply locate the ‘Security tab‘ and once done with locating, uncheck the ‘Enable Protected Mode‘ box.
- In the next step, the user is required to select the ‘Trusted sites‘ and click on the ‘Sites‘.
- Once done, uncheck the require server verification for all the sites in this zone box.
- After performing the above steps, the user is required to add “*.backup.com, and *.intuit.net,” and after that click on the close option.
- Moving ahead, the user is required to go to the ‘Privacy tab‘ > Select ‘Sites‘
- The next step is to add the websites in the Address of Website box, ‘*.quickbooks.com and *.intuit.com‘
- Now coming to the next step, the user has to choose the ‘Allow‘ option each time he/she adds the web address.
- The final step is to click on ‘OK‘ and you are good to go.
With this, we come to the end of this article, and we believe that with the help of this article and the methods listed above, the reader might be able to tackle the QuickBooks backup error code 2277.
However, in case of any difficulty or if by any chance the user is unable to get rid of the error even after following the above enumerated troubleshooting methods, then he/she can feel free to get in touch with our QuickBooks payroll support team. Just dial our toll-free number .i.e. +1-800-880-6389, and our team of experts and highly skilled professionals will be there to assist you in a single call.
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