Found 2 file extension associations related to Windows Server and 1 file format developed specifically for use with Windows Server.
Platform: Microsoft Windows
Go to: Windows Server description
Developer: Microsoft Corporation
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Developer / company: Microsoft
Windows Server is the most advanced Windows Server operating system yet, designed to power the next-generation of networks, applications, and Web services. With Windows Server you can develop, deliver, and manage rich user experiences and applications, provide a highly secure network infrastructure, and increase technological efficiency and value within your organization.
Windows Server builds on the success and strengths of its Windows Server predecessors while delivering valuable new functionality and powerful improvements to the base operating system. New Web tools, virtualization technologies, security enhancements, and management utilities help save time, reduce costs, and provide a solid foundation for your information technology (IT) infrastructure.
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Windows Server default file extension associations
Other file extensions associated with Windows Server
Comparison table of actions that Windows Server can perform with each of its associated file type beta
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