Not exactly. Will pointing the file store of the client machines to the
hosting PC's file store work as ... being able to see the incoming faxes
that came in on that machine?
Guess I should just mess with it and see if it works.
"Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]" <russval@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> So you are attempting to use the WFS client as a server? I think you know
> the answer to that.
> Russ Valentine
> "Jeffrey" <news.mail@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>>I have 3 PCs running Vista Ultimate in my very small office. 1 as a file
>>"server" and the other 2 as client PCs. The "server" PC has no user, just
>>there to host files and printers.
>> I have a modem connected to the server PC and was wondering if I could
>> set up my small network so that the 2 client machines can share and use
>> the server folder store for Fax & Scan.
>> I have my server PC setup to receive all faxes. I was hoping to be able
>> to "see" these incoming faxes from my two client PCs.
>> Also, is there a way to set it up that the two clients can FAX through my
>> server? I have file sharing all setup and mapped drives for what I need.
>> Just wondering on how to possible get this scenario to work, if at
>> Thank you for any input!