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I need to share the following directory /var/spool/asterisk/fax, which is on Linux machine on to a Windows 7 Pro PC. What is the procedure for this?
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You need to use Samba server.

I am assuming that both are on separate machines.

Also please tell your distribution because step are different on RedHat or Ubuntu.

This link provides steps for all major distributions.

http://www.howtoforge.com/howtos/samba

If you don't want to share printer, you don't need cups.
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