August 7th, 2008, 09:50 AM
Giving fax program rights.
Just a quick question seeing as nobody knows how to do this in my office. We have the fax console on our server with a fax modem connected to it.
Anyway after wanting to send something confidential that nobody else can see I would like to do it over my built in fax program that I discovered in windows business. Apparetly it is only included in ultimate and business via control panel, add addition windows components.
Anyway when I try to run it and "connect to a fax server" via the network - it picks up the server but throws me out with not enuf permissions.
I have gone into the fax console on the server, added myself as a user and given me FULL access.
I dont know where else to look and no one really wants to help me.
Server is 2003.
Exchange is 2007.
Workstation is Vista business.
I will attach the screenshot from my workstation. The help file isnt much help either but this is a security issue, nothing to do with the fax program though.
Last edited by Cider; October 25th, 2010 at 01:25 PM.
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