Learn how to fix the error “QuickBooks - Application with Revoked Certificate” in QuickBooks Desktop.
If you see the error “QuickBooks - Application with Revoked Certificate” when you try to sync QuickBooks with a third-party application don’t worry, we’ll help you fix it. This usually happens because you need to update the QuickBooks Web Connector or the third-party digital certificate expired. Here’s what to do.
Step 1: See if the QuickBooks Web Connector is up to date
- From the Windows Start menu, search for web connector, then select Open.
- Look at the top bar of the Web Connector window to see the version number. It should be 184.108.40.206.
- If you need to update it, here’s how to download and install the latest Web Connector version.
Note: It’s a good idea to reach out to your IT for help to download and update the QuickBooks Web Connector.
Step 2: See if the third-party digital signature is valid
- Right-click the application icon, then select Open File Location.
- Right-click the application extension, for example ApplicationName.exe, then select Properties.
- Go to the Digital Signatures tab.
- In the Signature List, highlight the Name of Signer then select Details.
- From the General tab, select View Certificate.
- Look at the Valid from dates. If the digital signature date expired, ask your IT to get the latest certification for the third-party application.
- Select OK to close the window.