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    Dedicated Server Disadvantages

    Which are the Dedicated Server Disadvantages, please share your view ?

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    Another potential disadvantage to dedicated hosting is that you do not have physical access to the server. Your web-hosting provider will be responsible for maintaining the actual server. They will provide security measures to protect your server and data.

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    The biggest drawback of dedicated hosting is the increased cost. The customer pays hefty monthly fees. You're paying not just for the physical hosting, but also for the hardware on which the site resides. You do not have physical access to the server.

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    You pay a monthly fee and get to avoid the LARGE upfront cost of the purchase... Anytime you want, you can swap to another server for no cost.

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    The biggest drawback of dedicated hosting is the increased cost. The customer pays hefty monthly fees. You're paying not just for the physical hosting, but also for the hardware on which the site resides. You do not have physical access to the server.

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    The biggest drawback of dedicated server hosting is the increased cost.
    You do not have physical access to the server.
    Technical knowledge is required for installing software, daily maintenance, daily tasks, and other necessary duties that are in your control.

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    The biggest drawback of dedicated hosting is the increased cost. The customer pays hefty monthly fees. You're paying not just for the physical hosting, but also for the hardware on which the site resides. You do not have physical access to the server.

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    The Disadvantages of Dedicated servers can be difficult to get to grips with if you are not experienced with using servers. Technical knowledge will be required for installing software, daily maintenance, daily tasks, and other necessary duties that are in your control.

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    You cannot get physical access to a dedicated server. The cost of this server is very high.

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    The biggest drawback of dedicated server hosting is the increased cost. The customer pays hefty monthly fees. You're paying not just for the physical hosting, but also for the hardware on which the site resides. You do not have physical access to the server.

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    A dedicated server is a costly server. In this, after increasing the size of your website, the size of the server also increases, which increases your fees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fastvideolikes View Post
    A dedicated server is a costly server. In this, after increasing the size of your website, the size of the server also increases, which increases your fees.
    That hasn't been my experience... A dedicated server is a standalone server with all the parts and X amount of bandwidth. You pay a monthly fee for all of that with zero dollars up front like if you bought your own server.

    If your website becomes popular and depending on what you're doing with it, you simply switch to a larger bandwidth package if needed.

    Being able to lease software like SQL Server for a SMALL monthly fee is a lot nicer than buying it.

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