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I have OCE-TDs320 scanner that scanned directly to a SBS 2003 Server.

I now have a SBS 2011 server that it will not connect to.

I have the correct Servername, Domain, User and password but will not connect.
On the SBS 2003 server I had to do a registry hack to allow a non PC/Domain Member to get access but that regitry key does not exist on the SBS 2011 server.

Does anyone know what I need to do on the SBS 2011 server?
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I'm assuming that you want the scanner to scan to a folder. If so create one, and give write access to the "ANONYMOUS LOGON" user. Also don't forget to set the share rights. In Windows 2008 by default there set to read-only.

Kind regards,

Martijn
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