Difference between Nano: StandardServer / Datacenter

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  1. KNARZ

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  2. atgpud2003

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    The difference is Standard Server is just a file server with few hard drives with little rams needs.. Not a muscle server.. Now DataCenter server is different is that store large data running a lots cluster data like MS SQL and other large files stored.. I am using Windows 2008 R2 Enterprise which has it all features and along attach to iSCSI connected to FreeNAS and Western Digital MyClound EX2 Works charm!
     
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    Good example of a post that has nothing to do with the thread.
     
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  4. T-S

    T-S MDL Guru

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    Hhahahaha.

    Did you notice that the nanoserver lacks the premium codecs fields? :D


    Just kidding. Thanks for your comparison.;)
     
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