I own 2 stores, one of which is "headquarters." I work at both and would like full access to everything at both stores. How can I do this?

As one example, I would like to enter new items in inventory at both locations.

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Thanks for contacting the Community about this, catherine.fleisc,

Let me get the help you need in setting up Full Control access.

Here’s how:

  1. On your server, right-click the folder where your company file is saved, then choose Properties. Location: C:Users\Public\Public Documents\Intuit\QuickBooks Point of SaleXX\Data.
  2. Click the Sharing tab.
  3. Click Advanced Sharing, then choose Share this folder.
  4. Choose Permissions, then click Add.
  5. Type in QBPOSdbsrvuser, then click OK.
  6. Click QBPOSdbsrvuser, then select Full Control. Note: Make sure the permission of Everyone and Services user group are set to Full Control.
  7. Click Apply.
  8. Click OK.

Upon setting up, make sure that the permission of Everyone and Services user group are set to Full Control.

For more detailed information, you can check out these articles:

If I can be of additional assistance, please let me know. Hope you have a good rest of your day.

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