How to use “QB Instance Kill” to end the frozen session on QuickBooks for shared server?
This article will outline the process for closing a frozen QuickBooks session on a shared server for QuickBooks alone.
Learn how to use QB Instance Kill to end the frozen session on QuickBooks for shared server by following the below steps:
Step 1: Minimize the QuickBooks application.
Step 2: Select the “QB instance kill” shortcut that is already present on your desktop.
Step 3: When prompted to continue, click on Run and respond with “Yes”.
Congratulations! Your QuickBooks must already be closed. You will also get a notification indicating that the QuickBooks session has ended.
- Restored Functionality: By utilizing QB Instance Kill, you can instantly end frozen sessions, retake control, and resume regular server operations.
- Enhanced Performance: By ending frozen sessions, resource-intensive tasks are removed, which enhances the responsiveness and general performance of the QuickBooks program.
- Reduced Downtime: By quickly resolving frozen sessions, users get less downtime, uninterrupted access to QuickBooks, and less productivity loss.