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Windows 2003 x86 Fax Service, need x64 driver

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We are running a shared fax solution on a Windows 2003 x86 server.  Using the fax service manager.  The shared fax only has an x86 driver and we have some Windows 7 machines that need to use the solution.  I have tried to add a drive to the shared fax printer but since it is not a specific driver, I do not know what I need to get.

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If you're looking for the x64 operating systems to use a shared driver from your Windows 2003 x86 server, you're out of luck. 64-bit drivers don't play in x86 operating systems.
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