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By rajputh.shekar ·
What is Difference between client server and file server ?

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client server is a technology and a 'file server' is a physical server

by robo_dev In reply to Answers

Thus a typical user application with both server and client components is called a 'client server' application (as compared with a host-based application, or a client application such as Excel).

A file server is a computer which shares files. Windows 2003 on an Intel server platform is a 'file server'.

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I wonder

by wesley.chin In reply to client server is a techno ...

There had been talk about getting a server for a while, though that was a while ago.

What kind of specs would you expect to see in a file server for about 20 or so computers?

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Hmmm

by Tony Hopkinson In reply to Answers

Client Server is an architecture a File Server is a piece of kit or in some ways software.

If a windows client accesses a windows file server, one is the client the other is the server.

Wether the client wants a file, a web page , some stuff out of a database....

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