Cannot connect to fax server running on Server 2008R2 from machines running Windows 7

Am running a Windows 2008 R2 Server with the Fax server role. I am able to send and receive faxes on the server but unable to send faxes from computers in the workgroup (there is no domain setup).  I am able to see the shared Fax printer and able to connect it but when trying to print to it I get the message to connect to a fax server on my network.  When I try to do that I get the message "You do not have security permissions to complete this operation."  What am I doing wrong? Permissions are set for "Everyone" and it connects when adding a printer from the workstations but when I go to send a fax I get that message.
Lee RobertsIT ConsultantAsked:
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Jackie ManIT ManagerCommented:
Permissions are set for "Everyone" is the problem.

You need to add all local usernames for the workstations which should have the access to the fax server.

Or join the workstations to the domain network and set the permission to that specific group of users to the fax server is a better option.
Lionel MMSmall Business IT ConsultantCommented:
on the workstation that you are trying to send the fax from (from to the fax server) you should have an account created by going to Tools, then Fax Account. If one already exists remove it and re-create on that point to the server. Once that account is successfully created you should be able to send a fax. You can also check out this link to see how to setup permissions on the server

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Lee RobertsIT ConsultantAuthor Commented:
These led me to the problem... It was me.  Passwords on Server were changed but not on workstations.
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