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SERVER ENVIRONMENT

A Server is a computer that offer services used by other computers. For instance a web server serves up web pages.

Services can be complete centrally by the use of a server; in other cases all the machines on a network have the similar status with no devoted server, and services are supplied peer-to-peer.

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