Get Rid of QuickBooks Error 3371
QuickBooks is a user friendly accounting software. It does not have that much of complication which makes it one of the best and easy to use accounting software. This is the reason why many features areclubbed with features of similar nature. Despite of having no complications, it does have some errors which can irritate you. QuickBooks Error 3371 is one of them. It is basically a licensing error which disallows you to access you QuickBooks software.
QuickBooks Error 3371 is a very common QuickBooks Error faced by its users regularly. It usually shows up when you upgrade QuickBooks or recently re-installed a copy. When activate QuickBooks for the first time, you get a pop-up box which shows following messages:
Could not initialize license properties. Error 3371: QuickBooks could not load the license data. This may be caused by missing or damaged files.
Could not initialize license properties. [Error 3371, Status Code -11118] QuickBooks could not load the license data. This may be caused by missing or damaged files.
Could not initialize license properties. [Error: 3371, Status Code -1] QuickBooks could not load the license data. This may be caused by missing or damaged files.
How to Fix QuickBooks Error 3371
If you want to fix this error on your own, just follow these simple steps and you are good to go:
2.Go to C:\ProgramData\Intuit\Entitlement Client\v8
3.Delete Entitlementdatastore.ecml file
Once you have deleted Entitlementdatastore.ecml file. You can reopen QuickBooks. It should work perfectly fine.
The reason we deleted Entitlementdatastore.ecml file is that it was corrupted. Later, when we restart QuickBooks it would generate a new file which would be error free and your QuickBooks shoud work perfectly fine.
The methods mentioned above are perfect to solve QuickBooks Error 3371. However, you have to option to also get direct help over the phone, by calling our QuickBooks Technical Support team. The QuickBooks technical support helpdesk can be reached by dialing ✆+1-800-291-2485.