Where do you Control Windows Hosting Servers?
Windows servers are controlled externally by a connected computer which has the correct administrator privileges.
By accessing the Windows Server Center, or whatever control panel is in operation on the server, the client is able to operate, manage and edit his data which is held on the server. This means website can be edited directly on the server through this program (and with a Microsoft Office extension they can be edited in depth) or stored documents can be amended, removed or added.
Through having access to the Windows Server Center externally on a computer, if there is an issue with the Windows hosting software or server, this can be handled externally and does not compromises the security or performance of your own computer. This means that data crashes or spikes and even major software behavior incidents on the server don’t directly affect your own operating system. If the server space needs to be formatted and have Windows OS reinstalled onto it, this is possible because you have connected to it independently.