Automatically Print Incoming Fax in Server 2012

We have a 2012 Server with a Fax Modem.  It has been configured to accept incoming and store in a folder.  However, I don't see how to automatically send the incoming fax to a printer.  The other issue we are having is sharing the fax with desktops.  It appears to share yet none of the clients can actually send a fax.

Any help would really be appreciated.
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Dr. KlahnPrincipal Software EngineerCommented:
Are you quite sure that you want to do this?

If somebody decides to fax bomb your server, your printer will spit out all-black pages as fast as it can go.  This will not only be an annoyance, it will be expensive in paper, toner/ink and wear on the printer.
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webentprAuthor Commented:
The back story is they had this arrangement for 12 years.  Early this year we replaced a SBS 2003 server with the Server 2012 and (I hate it, too much like Windows/8) with Dell's help we got the fax and print working.  Then there was a problem with their fax modem and I replaced it recently.  The fax worked but I could not figure out to automatically print it.  I can call Dell but was hoping we could get the answer here.
thanks
Rich
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webentprAuthor Commented:
Found out how to do it - in the Fax Service Manager, select Devices, Modem, Incoming Methods and select Print.
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webentprAuthor Commented:
Got help from Dell
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