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Im getting a warning of:Your QB does not have enough privileges to enable TLS 1.2You must run QB in elevated mode to allow TLS 1.2 Can you help me

 
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This what worked for me in the same situation when I got...

This what worked for me in the same situation when I got the same error or warning message "Your Quickbooks does not have enough privileges to enable TSL 1.2.  You must run quickbooks in elevated mode to allow using TSL 1.2" :

Make sure you are logged into Windows 10 as an Administrator and NOT as a Standard User (am NOT talking about how you log into QuickBooks). If you are not logged in Windows 10 as an Administrator, that are you running QuicksBooks as a Windows 10 Administrator (by right-clicking the QuickBooks icon and selecting "Run as Administrator"). That seems to be what QuickBooks is complaining about - that you do not have Windows 10 Administrator privileges.

In our office, I have QuickBook Users on Windows 10 PC's, but I do not want the employees to have Windows Administrative Privileges to keep them from messing up their computers.

For what it is worth, when I ran into the "elevated mode" warning/problem as a Standard User, I ran QuickBooks Enterprise once with Windows 10 Administrator Privileges (and did not receive the warning), and then ran it again as a Windows 10 Standard User (non-Administrator), and have not seen the warning again since 2/9/18 on two Windows 10 PC's . I don't know if this fixed it, or if it is a temporary fix, or QB put out another update unbeknownst to us to unbugger the previous one. Will keep you posted.

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Our company file is located on a network server. When you...

Our company file is located on a network server. When you "Run as Administrator" you can't see the mapped drive the company file is on. This is sooo stupid. And, IE is dead for all practical purposes, so why can't QB get with the program already.
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Access the company file via UNC path instead.  But yeah,...

Access the company file via UNC path instead.  But yeah, I agree.
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Yes, I can do that, and I can map a drive as the administ...

Yes, I can do that, and I can map a drive as the administrator, since I'm in IT, but the end users certainly can't figure that out. I'm saying this issue makes the fix nearly impossible for a regular user.

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