Years ago, setting up and running a network in a large enterprise meant purchasing lots of computers. Each computer had a single job to do. Client computers ran an operating system and either were assigned to single users or were configured for multiple users through additional user accounts. Servers ran a single operating system and were configured to manage something specific. Some were created for Active Directory management only, some managed data, and others managed resources.
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