On your Quickbooks server, go to Computer Management > Services
Scroll down till you find the listing for “QuickBooksDBXX” service.
Double click the service and then select the “Log On” tab.
Where it says “Log on as:” make sure the “Local System Account” button is selected instead of the \QBDataServiceUserXX account.
Your Time Machine backup disk might not always be available, so Time Machine also stores some of its backups on your built-in startup drive and other local drives. These backups are called local snapshots. One snapshot is saved every hour. If you’re using macOS High Sierra, another snapshot is saved before installing any macOS update.
Snapshots older than 24 hours are automatically deleted according to Apple, but I’ve seen snapshots many days old. And to make sure that you have storage space when you need it, snapshots are stored only on disks that have plenty of free space. When storage space gets low, additional snapshots are deleted, starting with the oldest. That’s why Finder and Get Info windows don’t include local snapshots in their calculations of the storage space available on a disk.
I think the concept is ok, however I don’t want / need it. There is currently no option to turn this ‘feature’ off. Also, I think it makes people think they don’t have enough disk space when looking at the disk utility app while they actually do have enough space available – another reason to upgrade to a new Mac.
The solution that worked for me is to run the following command in terminal:
tmutil listlocalsnapshotdates / |grep 20|while read f; do tmutil deletelocalsnapshots $f; done
The above command removes all the local snapshots. Warning, this will mess with the Timemachine Backups clearly – do it at your own risk.
More information about local snapshots here: https://support.apple.com/en-ca/HT204015
When I was copying files from a network drive to my local drive on a Mac I was receiving the error message:
The operation can’t be completed because one or more required items can’t be found.
(Error code -43)
It appears that there were some illegal characters used in the file names that cause the Finder copy to error out like that and stop the entire copy process completely.
The workaround is opening a Terminal window and entering:
cp -r sourcefolder destinationfolder/
You can simply drag and drop the source and destination folders into the terminal window to get the full path in there.
Using -r behind the cp (copy command) is necessary to ensure you go through the complete folder structure recursively.
The trailing slash at the end of the destinationfolder is necessary to ensure the folder destinationfolder gets created if it does not exist.
The copy process will now copy everything and give you a result of the files that could not be copied so you can change the filename and manually copy these over again.