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Common Cover Pages: Shared Fax (SBS 2000)

Posted on 2004-04-07
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Recently the Common Coverpages on the server cannot be accessed when the client machines are using the sharedfax.

The checkbox to include a cover page is totally grayed out.

The coverpages can be perfectly accessed and used in the fax client on the server.

Last week the "Microsoft File and Printing Sharing" was removed, and reinstalled.

All the files are in \Documents and Settings\All Users\Documents\Microsoft\Shared Fax\CoverPages

Do I need to reshare this directory somehow?  I'm not sure if this problem developed from reinstalling the Microsoft F&P sharing, but it could be.

Is anything, including the drive (besides $C) shared on other people's servers?

Any ideas would be great.

Segmentalfault
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Okay, this is what I need:

Can someone tell me what folder on their windows 2000 sbs machine that the special folder share "FAX$" is shared as.

I removed mine my accident it seems and this is, I suppose, I'm not able to access common cover pages.
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Answered my own question:

$FxsSrvCp needed to be mapped to C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Documents\Microsoft\Shared Fax\CoverPages

Now Shared Cover Pages on the server side are available for client usage again.
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err.. I mean FxsSrvCp$
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