QuickBooks Payroll Error 30102: [Resolve QuickBooks Payroll Issues]

QuickBooks has widely used accounting software among the small and medium-size business organization. Business owners can easily manage their business and accounting tasks in a systematic and efficient way. But sometimes You may face errors while using this software. QuickBooks Payroll Error 30102 is one of the issues faced by QuickBooks users. QuickBooks shows Payroll Server Error when you are sending payroll data direct deposit paychecks. QuickBooks Desktop gives errors while sending the utilized information.

There is no specific way to define this error but QuickBooks users have found QuickBooks Payroll Error 30102 while taking print out or direct deposit slip. The warning message shows that it is an internal error which will be resolved when you delete the old settings. There is a possibility that you may get QuickBooks Error 30102 while removing caching or temporary files. In this case, you can talk to our executives at QuickBooks Payroll Support Number +1888-529-1015.

What Are The Causes Of QuickBooks Payroll Error 30102?

QuickBooks Error 30102 may be caused due to one or more reasons. Some of the reasons are listed below:

  • Sending files through QuickBooks Multi-user mode.
  • Internet issues or personal firewall settings.
  • Incorrect time and date settings in the system.
  • A system time-out prohibits QuickBooks from connecting to server.
  • Invalid Security Certificate.
  • Common internet issues.

 How To Fix QuickBooks Payroll 30102 Error?

There are many ways by which you can resolve QuickBooks Payroll 30102 Error. Some of the methods are mentioned below:

Method 1: When You Are On Network

  • Open Internet Explorer > Tools > Intenet Options
  • General Button > History > Delete
  • Verify and select the temp files and document and websites(Do not delete cookies)
  • Click on Delete. Click OK
  • Next, open cmd and delete DNS files.
    • Press windows + R on the keyboard. A Run window will appear.
    • Enter cmd in that window. A command prompt window will appear.
    • Enter flushdns/ipconfig
  • Press enter. Now send payroll

Method 2: When You are not  on Network

Open You computer and launch QuickBooks Payroll.

Send Payroll data. If it fails, then follow the below steps:

  • Next, open cmd and delete DNS
    • Press windows +R on keyboard. A Run window will appear.
    • Enter cmd in that window. A command prompt window will appear.
    • Enter flushdns/ipconfig
  • Press enter. Now send payroll again.

Method 3: Check Internet Certificates

  • Open Internet Explorer > Tools > Advanced tab
  • Browse Labeled Security category
  • Now unmark Check for publisher revocation
  • Click Ok
  • Restart your computer and send payroll data again.

Remember To Consider Below Mentioned Points If You fail To send Payroll Data:

  • Restart your computer and try again.
  • Restore the advanced setting of Internet Explorer and verify:
    • TLS 1.0 is marked
    • TLS 1.1 and TSL 1.2 is unmarked
  • While sending payroll data to make sure that you are in a single –user mode.
  • Keep the QuickBooks Payroll up to date.
  • Make Internet Explorer as your default website.
  • Make sure that you send payroll date form a computer which has a connection of cable internet. A wireless internet connection may cause issues.
  • Uncheck the Publisher’s Certificate Revocation box.
  • Make sure that you have a proper internet connection.
  • Recheck the validity of your payroll subscription.
  • Ensure your system time and date are correct
  • Make sure that the Payroll tax table is updated.

Need Any Help? Contact The QuickBooks ProAdvisors

Get Help For Resolving QuickBooks Payroll Error 30102

With the help of the above-mentioned methods and tips, you can easily resolve QuickBooks Payroll Error 30102. If you still face any issue, you can contact QuickBooks Support Phone Number +1888-529-1015. We have a dedicated and skilled team of technical advisors who will resolve your issues in quick time. You can also contact on QuickBooks Payroll Chat Support.

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