The main purpose of a network is to share information. Knowing how to share and when to protect information is the key to successfully managing files in a network environment.
There is a clear distinction between the server and desktop versions of Microsoft operating systems where sharing is concerned. Whilst the server editions allow an unlimited number of connections to shared resources (dependant on licenses of course), desktop versions allow a maximum of 10 simultaneous connections. Bear this in mind when selecting an operating system!
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