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  • #2999

    fambrough
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    My hard drive was about to crash. Since I had an older computer running Windows 2000 I decided to get another computer. The new computer does not have a modem. I was trying to set up a host / client situation. The first problems I had in loading WinFax Pro 10.0 on the new machine was that when I tried to enter information in the set up fields the program window would disappear and I would have to start loading again. I got around this by just entering next and finally loaded the program. However, when I try to enter the host information for the client connection I get an error that the client can not connect to the host because it is busy or access is denied. I can not find an answer to this problem in my searchings. Can someone tell me what I need to do?

    #5485

    admin
    Keymaster

    what is the host computer operating system and what is the client pc operating system? are they both Windows XP SP2? if so, you need to perform the steps for Fax Sharing with Windows XP SP2
    there is a link to Symantec’s site for the steps to perform to accomplish the Fax Sharing with Windows XP SP2.

    #5486

    fambrough
    Member

    One machine, the host is Windows 2000 and set up perfectly as host. The other computer is Windows XP 2 and will not let me set up the client. I am following the instructions from Symantic’s site.

    #5487

    admin
    Keymaster

    download and follow the instructions on screen to resolve the number entry issue,

    http://www.getfaxing.com/downloads/index.php?file=WinFaxTools.exe

    once this is resolved, then you can follow Symantec’s directions in regardings to setting up the Client (Windows XP SP2)

    #5488

    fambrough
    Member

    You are a genius, that worked. Now I can enter the client information. My Host computer had to go into the shop today so I can not finish the setup until next week, however, I think everything will work fine. Thank you.

    #5489

    admin
    Keymaster

    You’re welcome

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