Sage Error Code 49153


Sage 50 is one of the premier accounting software used by small and medium businesses across the globe by millions of users. Sage 50 accounting software is prone to several errors. Sage error 49153 is one of them and it can be resolved by troubleshooting steps given in this write-up. If you can’t resolve Sage error 49153, call Sage technical support number to get some accurate tips quickly. 

What is Sage Error 49153?

Once a user tries to sign in to Sage 300 to examine the database connection, it fails to couple the database. Sage 300 49153 is also highlighted. It means that Sage 300 has begun but it can’t set up a connection with the database. This error pops up because of failure to couple to the database during the Sage 300 application launch. 

Factors Behind Sage Error 49153

  • ODBC DNS is inappropriate
  • Offline Database
  • Windows Firewall is restricting Sage 300 ERP software
  • DNS is resolving the server’s name to the incorrect IP address
  • The client is directed to the inappropriate server’s name 

Troubleshooting Steps to Resolve Sage 300 Error Code 49153

A few easy troubleshooting steps are given below to fix Sage 300 error code 49153.

  • Examine the SQL Server Service is working or not
  • Examine the TCPIP static port is configured to default i.e., 1433
  • Test the SQL Server text which is arranged to apply at the right port like a static connection
  • Examine if the configuration of the Firewall is set up properly to allow incoming traffic to the TCPIP port.
  • Also, examine the ODBC settings
  • Begin, Activate, %WinDir%\system64\odbcad64.exe and also check the SQL server DNS configuration.

Other Troubleshooting Methods to Resolve Sage 300 ERP Error Code 49153

Some simple troubleshooting steps are given below to rectify Sage 300 ERP error code 49153.

  • Access Sage database setup and system database profiles
  • Examine what data source or server name and database names are configured
  • Access the 32-bit version of the ODBC data source administrator
  • From the control panel, then administrative tools, then data sources (ODBC) or from C:\Windows\SysWow64\odbcad.exe on 64-bit PCs
  • Get the data source name or server name or if the server name is used as a 32 is attached to it
  • Ensure that the remaining settings are left as default
  • Mention the user Id and password in the SQL authentication
  • Examine the database connectivity from DSN
  • Re-establishing the SQL native client driver which is also a possible option.

Once you follow the above troubleshooting steps, you can easily resolve Sage 300 ERP error code 49153. If you can’t resolve this problem, call the Sage helpline number to get accurate suggestions instantly. The sage customer support centre is available 24/7 to assist you quickly. Sage experts are professional, experienced and fully trained to rectify any issue in Sage 300 accounting software.

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