A QuickBooks user may face QuickBooks error 1303 while he or she is installing QB Desktop. If you are facing this QuickBooks error c=1303 issue while you are installing QB Desktop, the error message given below will display “Error 1303: Installer has insufficient privileges to access this directory. “C:\…\Intuit”.
This may likely take place if either the SYSTEM group or the Everyone group does not have Full Control privileges for the directory mentioned in the error.
QuickBooks error c=1303 usually appears on the screen while a user is trying to install QB. This error pops up due to the reasons given below –
Following symptoms can occur when error 1303 occurs –
To fix QuickBooks error 1303, QuickBooks Diagnostic Tool may be used or the error may be resolved manually.
Step 1: Download the QuickBooksInstallDiagnosticTool.exe file which will try to fix this problem.
Step 2: Save the file to your desktop.
Step 3: Double-click on the file to run the tool.
Step 4: Choose the first option “I am having problems installing QuickBooks” and tap OK.
Note: The speed of the repair relies on your internet speed and your device’s performance.
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Use this solution if the tool did not resolve the QuickBooks error 1303 or if you prefer manual troubleshooting steps.
Step 1: Edit the permissions for the correct folders
Manually modify permissions to Full Control for the SYSTEM and everyone groups for the folder C:\Documents and Settings\All Users.
Step 2: Disable Simple File Sharing
Now, see if QuickBooks error 1303 is appearing.
The utility is created for resetting system groups and settings of group permission to those that are Windows default settings. Follow the steps given below –
We hope that you have been able to resolve your problem efficiently. We are glad you are here to read us but In case you still have queries regarding something, please reach out to QuickBooks Error support for help. Our experts are available at all hours of the day at QuickBooks Customer Support Number 1-877-221-952O.