Sage 300 CRE support

Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate Support (CRE)

Many construction firms use Sage Construction and Real Estate accounting software for a proper and smoother workflow. Since no one is born trained, thus one needs to have Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate (CRE) support by their side who can guide them at every step.

If you are a considerably new firm and are going to start using Sage for their company, you will need proper guidance as to how to install and work with Sage. Our AskForAccounting team provides 24/7 customer assistance and a professional Sage 300 Consultant who ultimately caters to the needs of people. Now no more getting stuck with your accounting issues as we are here to help.

Sage 300 CRE Support

At times you might face an error while trying to install the Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate (CRE) accounting client program. The error might read…

Operating System Not Consultanted. The install cannot continue. You are attempting to install to 64-bit Unknown OS, Sage Timberline Office does not Consultant installation on this Windows version.

You need to follow the guidelines given below while trying to install Sage Cre to avoid such errors.

Installing Sage 300 with Utmost Care

  • Open your Workstation/Citrix/Terminal server with Administrator Rights.
  • Exit any application that is running already on the computer. Shut down any non-critical Services/Applications.
  • Go to the appropriate Share located on the Server:
    1. The UNC data path: \[SERVERNAME]Timberline Office9.5ACCOUNTINGWinInst
  • If you are using the Sage MyAssistant program by Sage on any of your workstations.
  • We advise you to follow the UNC path to launch the installation of Sage 300 CRE.
  • In case you are going to use Mapped Drive to conduct the installation, you will be required to use MyAssistant Drive Mapper Tool to make MyAssistant work properly. If you can’t understand how to do it, get in touch with our Sage 300 Consultant Team.
  • Go to Winist Folder right-click install.exe and select run.
  • The icon will be purple. (You should not run Setup.exe unless advised by the Sage Consultant experts)
  • You will be prompted to Reboot it. Follow suit.
  • Once your computer comes back online, use the same login credentials you used the last time. Do not use any other combination of login credentials. It may cause problems.
  • If the installation is being made on a Server OS, ensure to check the Pervasive.
  • It is important to keep track of the patch update version of the server.
  • You will have to apply the exact patch update version on the workstation/server.
  • Log in to Windows as the Windows user who is supposed to work on Sage applications to check Sage 300 CRE Consultant and see if everything is working smoothly.
  • (In case the user is not the local Administrator of the machine, allow him appropriate permissions on the folders and registry keys he needs to access to make sure that Sage 300 can be run as it is supposed to.)

You can get the desired Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate (CRE) support with our team of experienced Sage experts. In case you find the above-mentioned guidelines a little difficult to perform then you can talk to Sage experts right away.

Sage 300 Error 49153 – When Sage 300 users try to log in to the Sage 300 ERP application or access any company or data file.
Sage 300 Failed to Retrieve Data from the Database – When Sage 300 users tried to print existing crystal reports after installing Sage fixed assets.
Sage 300 Error Batch- When users record any entries that could not be posted.
Sage 300 Error 3111– When users try to access the system.
Sage 300 UI Container has Stopped Working – When users try to print reports to preview on a Windows 2008 R2 or Windows 2012 server.

If you need a customer Consultant to deal with any issue arising while trying to install Sage Applications, we advise you to get in touch with our Sage support chat technical experts. We have a brilliant help desk of Sage Consultant experts.