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Windows 2008R2

hi there experts
i have 2 servers
the first one is DC and the second is a member server with file server
my question is if  i can use the branchecache on file server and how
thnx
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joensw
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Darius GhassemCommented:
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rsoly777Commented:
My question is why do you want to use Branchcache? It is designed specifically for businesses that operate from multiple office locations.
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joenswAuthor Commented:
ok so if i enable branch cache on my server files is this a branche cache or hosted cache
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rsoly777Commented:

BranchCache has two modes of operation, distributed cache mode and hosted cache mode. When the content cache at a branch office is distributed among client computers, BranchCache is running in distributed cache mode. When the content cache at a branch office is hosted on a server computer, BranchCache is running in hosted cache mode.


What benefit do you hope to get out of this if all machines (Servers) are local?
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joenswAuthor Commented:
yes just for labs
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rsoly777Commented:
Gotcha, so did this answer your question?
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joenswAuthor Commented:
thnx experts for help
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