Windows SBS 2003 Fax Server Question

Faxing via SBS 2003
Need t osetup Shared Fax on each PC/Tablet etc but do not want to have users setup the fax each time they first login to any device/server etc.

Need help setting up SBS Fax on PC's Lpatops etc via the local setting, like with printers that have built in print servers, setup locally and any user can access without IT input.

I know it must be simple but im missing it somewhere
All help greatly appreicated...
delebute
David ElebuteSystems ConsultantAsked:
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ChiefTechGuruCommented:
Use Fax Configuration Wizard within SBS's Server Management window.  It will walk you through fax send and receive settings, then will share out.  Having each user log out, then in should automatically add shared fax to their Printers and Faxes window.
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IanThCommented:
does the server have a fax card installed
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ChiefTechGuruCommented:
Your server.  You need to have either internal or external modem installed to implement faxing with SBS.  
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David ElebuteSystems ConsultantAuthor Commented:
I think i should be more clear
i have the fax installed on the sbs server and i have it working fine through the share
but im trying to setup the fax on pc's and terminal server locally so i do not have to have each user installed the fax share, it should be there via local prionter settings etc.
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