QuickBooks Error Code 1625 usually Occurs when the user tries to access the tool or feature that the user with admin rights can access.
It is very important to have Admin Credentials:
- When the program is not refreshed due to the presence of the Windows Installer Framework.
- The corrupted or damaged download of the Windows Installer
- When Windows Registry is not installed properly or found corrupted after installation.
- The functioning has been interrupted by the presence of any virus or malware.
- When the interference of some other program takes place that erases the record.
Causes Of QuickBooks Error 1625
- If you are not signed in your system as administrator.
- The system’s Windows Installer framework is keeping you from refreshed programming.
- A virus or malware has entered your system and corrupted the Windows framework records or other programs related to Windows Installer.
- If you have seen a corrupt download or error in Windows Installer programming.
Steps To Fix The QuickBooks Error 1625
Perform the solutions given below for fixing the QuickBooks Error 1625 or get in touch with the QuickBooks Tech Support Department for instant assistance. Be extra careful while applying the steps as even a tiny mistake can cost you a lot.
- Hit Windows+R keys on your keyboard simultaneously to open the Run dialogue box.
- Now, click on the text field in front of Open and type Hit Enter on your keyboard.
- Take a look at the Local Computer Policy.
- Moving forward, open the Computer Configuration.
- Tap in the Administrative templates option and then head to Windows Components.
- Tap on the Windows Installer
- Tap on the Prohibit non-administrators button in the Applying Vendor-signed Updates window.
- Tap on the Disabled button and then choose OK to complete the process.
- Now, go back and reopen your QuickBooks to check if this solution got rid of QB Error 1625. In case you are still facing this error then try the next solution.
- To start the process, firstly, open the Start menu.
- Tap on the search field and type MSCONFIG.
- Hit the Enter key on your keyboard.
- Tap on the Continue button in the UAC tab.
- Head to Tools then Highlight Change UAC Settings
- Hit the Launch
- Select Never Notify.
- Go back to your QB and check if the error 1625 still pops-up on your desktop screen. If it does then either try the next solution or get in touch with our QuickBooks Support Team.
- To start the troubleshooting process, open the Control Panel, and click on Administrative Tools.
- Now, open Local Security Settings.
- Moving forward, tap on the Software Restriction Policies
- Go through the details to make sure if any software is restricted or not.
- Tap on the New Software Restriction Policy
- Choose Enforcement
- Now, you have to choose All Users with the exception of Local Administrator.
- Click on the OK button.
- Reboot your desktop to roll out the changes and check if the solution has resolved the QuickBooks Error Code 1625 or not.