We have a customer that has a single HP server running as a HyperV host. It is only hosting a single server right now, which is being used as a all eggs in one basket type thing.
It is a domain controller, file server, print server, Terminal server and SQL Server. This is a common setup for the type of small office use it is getting. (8 users that use medical software installed on the server)
Since HyperV has no options for passing through hardware to the VM, i have been forced to make the host the fax server and the backup (to tape) server.
The host is on the domain, and the terminal server is using the shared fax for the users.
I have the fax server setup to auto-create accounts when connected to, and that is working fine it seems.
When a user on the server clicks on the fax and scan link, the console comes up just fine, and they can hit "new fax" and send faxes with no issues.
If they are in their medical software, or adobe, notepad, excel etc. and choose to print to the fax, they are given an error (see screenshot). For some reason the same doesn't happen when printing from word.
I have removed their accounts and re-added, i have disconnect the fax and reconnected. I have ensured all the permissions are as they should be. It does work from the administrators account, so i have a feeling it is a permissions problem somehow, but i cannot find anything online about having to set anything extra up for printing.