What are the possible combinations of Unity Ent. and ActiveFax install ?<br><br>Is it possible of install Unity Ent. and ActiveFax on the same server which is also the only Exchange Server in the Site/Org. and also the DC (WIN2K) ?<br><br>If a single server install is supported and I've recvd. two keys one for Unity and one for ActiveFax how would that work ?<br><br>Lastly, Are the Faxboard supported on a single server install the same as the one's for a seprate ActiveFax server, and is there a list on the web site for the one's supported on the same box.<br><br>Thanks -V<br><br>
The configuration with the Unity server acting as the PDC, voice mail server, email server and fax server on one PC is not a supported configuration. The fax server needs to be off box for this thats just too much excitement for one server to handle well. This is probably why you were sent two keys
the ActiveFax server can be installed on an NT Workstation, by the way, it doesnt need to be a full blown NT server.
The fax boards supported by a one box solution are just the Gammafax cards (ISA and PCI versions of the CP1, CP2, CP4 and the CPD220). An off box fax install supports any cards that Interstar has approved which includes many more cards from Brooktrout and the like. Some of these cards dont play nice with Dialogic voice boards or TAPI drivers in general so we dont support them on the same server with Unity.
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