Re: Fax and Scan fax archive move folder
, this is not supported with WFS. WFS often loses track of your folders
even if you move them to a different location on the local hard drive.
"Tergiver" <Tergiver@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> When I try to move the Fax archive folder to a networked computer, I get
> following error: "The folder specified does not exist. Since the folder
> specified is located on a remote computer, create the folder manually and
> assign it access permissions for the Fax Service. Press Help for more
> Pressing the Help button does nothing at all btw.
> The client is running Vista Business. The remote computer is running
> 2000 Server. The folder I tried to use (and it's parent folder) have
> full access permission to Administrators (group), Administrator (user),
> SYSTEM (user).
> I created a user called "Fax Service" (no password, never changes) and
> that user to the folder permission, full access. That didn't work.
> I added "Fax Service" user to Administrators group. That didn't work.
> I added "Reservation" user (which belongs to Administrators group) to the
> folder. Reservation is the user the client workstation logs into the
> The server does have the fax service manager, Administrators group has
> access to that and I tried adding both the "Fax Service" and "Reservation"
> users. That didn't work. (Though I didn't think the fax service on the
> would have anything to do with folder permissions..)
> Note that this is a Workgroup, not a Domain. If that makes a difference.
> There are three XP Home computers on the network that can't log into a
> How do I move the folder?
> Why do I want to move the folder? One of the problems with Windows Fax and
> Scan is it doesn't seem to allow me to create folders (in addition to the
> Incomming, Inbox, Drafts, Outbox, and Sent Items folders) and I need to
> archive (and organize) our incomming faxes. So I'm thinking I'll just use
> "Save as" (tif) and store them on the server. Works, but I have to
> to the server folder every time. I thought if I moved the store folder I
> could at least skip the navigation step.
> We previously used an old version of WinFax Pro which I can't get running
> Vista and was hoping not to have to purchase another fax program.