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COM Fax Client Problem

COM Fax Client Problem

COM Fax Client Problem

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I've just written a fax client for a project at work.  The application is written in C++ using the Fax Service Extended COM API (faxcomex).

Programmitically, the application runs and does exactly what it should do:  Sorts through some image files, puts them in the correct order, attaches the appropriate cover-page, and sends the document.

I developed the application primarily on a Windows XP Home Edition computer that is not in a network.  It works fine.

However, when I run the application on Windows XP computer that is in a domain, it fails when IFaxServer::ConnectedSubmit is called.

This is the same code, using the same parameters, that work on the non-networked computer.

My biggest problem is that I'm not sure what is the exact problem.  But I suspect that this has something to do with network security and the application not being registered with Component Services as a COM+ application.

Can anyone direct me to a useful tutorial that clearly states the steps needed in order to make a COM+ application work on a Windows XP computer?

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