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access to: Error: “Another user is performing an operation that requires single user access to Sage 50.”

Section I: Trying to perform a single user task

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Section II: Locked Company Files

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Resolution for 'access to issue: 'How to not give a user access to Integrity Check if in Release 2013 or above?' available: Yes.

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