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    USB Fax Modem for Virtual Server

    I have a USB Fax Modem which it plugged into the Hyper-V host machine, is there anyway one of the Virtual Servers on the Host can pick up the USB modem?

    Somebody mentioned COM ports via named pipes, how would I go about doing this?

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    I am also trying to go virtual with our fax server.
    I was wondering if this was possible using the free Hyper-V Server R2 that has recently been released?
    I can use a USB modem or a serial (RS232) modem.

    Would really appreciate any advice/pointers

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