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Can I share a modem in NT4? If I can, can I use client fax software to access and share it for faxing?
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gangclar earned 50 total points
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I'm positive that you can do those tasks mentioned above. I'm currently using an evaluation copy of WinFax Pro from Symantec @ http://www.symantec.com.

It runs under WinNT and all connected client workstations can fax through the modem installed at the WinNT server.
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Where in NT can I 'share' the modem?
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