I suppose you have seen this response already:
So Vista Fax and Scan client requires that you are either running
Windows 2003 with Domain Controller running, or a SBS server. That
has been my experience as well.
If you are having any problems with dropped fax connections, we
(Mainpine) have released new single port and multi-port PCI-Express
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- the lab report for
Microsoft Shared Fax is also on the main page.
Mainpine Support Manager
On Oct 11, 4:45 am, tony_72000 <tony72...@discussions.microsoft.com>
> Has anyone successfully connected the Windows Vista Fax & Scan to the
> ShardFax on a Small Business Server?
> The driver installs fine (from AD), the fax account seems to set up
> correctly (by using \\servername) but when you try to send a fax it says
> there was an error and the status says 'All fax accounts are inaccessible'.
> When you look at the fax account, its fax server status shows as
> As Vista is now over 6 months old, I would have thought Microsoft would have
> come across this problem and had a fix for it, but there is nothing about it
> on the support website. As my computer is an OEM, the manufacture (HP) does
> not want to know, saying it's a server problem and I can't get to talk to
> Microsoft about it either (as it's an OEM).
> Am I missing something?