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Actally i wanted to know how server works & data is transferred

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In general & simple terms, a server, when used as a file storage device, works by creating a shared drive or directory on the server, and giving proper read and write permissions to the desired users. From there, the files are transferred via network connections (wireless, ethernet, etc.) Hope this helps

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