This is really probably a simple question for someone who is experienced with Quickbooks. I have a client running QBE 2010 with 3 PC's in a small office. He currently is set up in the "network hosting configuration" whereby one of his 3 PC's act's as the file server and hosts the company files. He would like to switch to a "client/server configuration" and put the Database Server Manager on his Windows Home Server(Windows Server 2003 under the hood).
I can't find any information as to if this is beneficial and/or preferred over the way he has it set up now. Things are running smoothly and I am hesitant to switch unless there is some significant benefit to the client/server configuration.
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