As we all know, every web application requires regular updates to enhance the user's experience. Likewise, the user must update QuickBooks Desktop to its latest release. However, while installing or updating QuickBooks Desktop to the most recently launched version, you may end up with the " Sorry We Need To Verify Your Subscription " error. This error blocks the QuickBooks processes from functioning and can occur on single and all workstations in the network. If the error appears on a single workstation, it indicates some issues with a Windows user or a third-party application.
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What are the reasons that might trigger the "Sorry We Need To Verify Your Subscription" error?
- You are using the expired QuickBooks subscription.
- Accessing the damaged or corrupted Windows components ieNETFramework.
- The error pops up on the screen when the user attempts to install QB without connecting it to a high-speed internet network connection.
- The firewall blocks or interrupts the installation of QB Desktop applications, considering it as a threat.
- The third-party application installed on the computer is blocking the installation as well as the update process.
Easy and Straightforward Solutions To Get Rid of "Sorry We Need To Verify Your Subscription" Error
Solution 1: Reset the Internet Explorer Settings:
- In the first place, launch Internet Explorer and move to the Tools menu.
- Select the Internet Options.
Note: If you are unable to locate the menu bar, you need to press the Alt key.
- Navigate to and click the Advanced tab.
- After that, select Reset or Restore Defaults and then click Apply.
- At last, click the OK button.
Solution 2: Disable the firewall and antivirus software manually
- Click on the Start menu and launch Control Panel to disable the Windows firewall.
- Select the System and Security> Windows Firewall.
- Now, click Turn Windows Firewall on or off.
- After that, choose the bubble located next to the "Turn Off Windows Firewall (not recommended)”.
- Click OK and then turn off the antivirus software.
- In the end, try to install QuickBooks Desktop or run the update process once again.
Solution 3: Try to Install QuickBooks Desktop application in Selective Startup Mode
- To begin with, you must ensure that you must have a copy of the QB Desktop product and license info. Also, you must have a backup of the company file to keep it secure from unauthorized access.
- After that, start your system with Selective Startup mode by following the below-listed steps:
- Launch the Run window and type "msconfig," and click OK.
- Choose Selective Startup and Load System Services from the General tab.
- Move to the Services tab and unmark the checkbox next to the Hide all Microsoft Services options.
- Click Disable all and ensure that you have marked the checkbox of Windows Installer and select OK.
- Select the Restart option.