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    mam
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    Dear moderator … this is the most authoritative source of info after one week search that I have found on winfax and I am surprised how you put this effort for something that is not yours.

    This must be very easy for you since you have respective products. After leaving a major crash recently on my win2000 I try to make operation much more safe. In doing that I can find no way to work winfax pro 10.0 on my win2k SP3 (clean installation). I have included “everybody” in regaccess I have given easy permissions to all folders and program modules that I thought are relevant but nothing happens. When I print from anywhere (say “notebook”) I get the fax send window with a cover letter but without my print object. When I try to cancel the fax … I get a hang (needs to log off) … It works fine in power or administator accounts.

    In a dual boot installation of win2k where I have applied the compatibility template to user groups it works fine … but in trying to do everything much safer I do not want to do this to this clean install.

    #6548

    Anonymous
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    Glad to hear you find this forum useful!

    Have you tried the following suggestions from the Symantec site?
    http://service1.symantec.com/SUPPORT….7453904
    😀

    #6549

    mam
    Member

    thank you for your reply …. if I remember well I have tried the item suggested but there is very few things you can do in “user” account of win2k. Certainly you can not install winfax pro and I do not remember what happened when I tried to reinstall the print driver … but I will try again your suggestion and post the results.

    Please note that winfax print works normally in “administrator” or “power” user accounts … the problem is with the low priviledge accounts such as “user”.

    Brgds, mam

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