A local computer is the machine you are currently logged into, a remote computer is a computer you are accessing from your local computer.
So, if I connect to my home computer from work, my home computer is the remote computer, and my work computer is the local.
Conversely, if I connect to my work computer from home, my work computer is the remote computer, and my home computer is the local.
A LOCAL applet is the one which is stored on our computer system.when browser try to access the applet, it is not necessary for our computer to be connected to The Internet. A REMOTE applet is the one which is not stored on our computer system and we are required to be connected to the Internet. PARITOSH Khanna Happy Programing
remote desktop allows only one user either local user or expert user., remote desktop assistance allows both the novice and expert.
local address: address that a computer can never understand foreign address: that which a computer can always understand very well
I believe the term you are looking for is uploading but I'm not 100% sure
copying files over a network?
A local application is stored on a computer for use on that computer. A network application is stored on the server/host computer for use on all computers on that network and by all usersLocal applications are stored on the local hard disk and they run on the computer where they are installed.
a mandatory A local user profile is stored on the computer to which the user logs on.
A local IP address (your computer) and a remote IP address (the destination computer).
An application which is running on a local machine may listen on network ports for connections from remote machines. The machine may have firewall software, and the network may have firewall hardware, intended to prevent remote machines from being able to connect, so the answer is yes and no. Assuming you can run the program on the local machine and it is able to listen on an appropriate port, and the remote computer knows how to connect to the local machine, and is permitted to access by any security software and hardware, then yes.
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A standalone computer is not connected to any other computer and the networked computer is connected to other computers via a Local Area Network.
An SCP protocol is when transferring files between the local computer and the remote computer. SCP stands for secure copy. This is used to ensure authenticity and reliability of sending confidential data.
In a single word: "Download". This means that something on a remote computer will be transferred (copied/downloaded...) to your local computer.
There is no difference.
A local application is loaded from the local physical memory (it's stored in the Hard Drive), while a web application is loaded from a server (a remote machine) through the Internet. Both types use resources of the local RAM memory, but the difference lies on the storage and access to the application.
WinSCP, an FTP client, serves a computer programmer by permitting secure file transfer between a local host and remote computer. It a a free, open-source FTP file manager.
The only difference is the relative location of the device that is in loopback mode. Local loopback testing is when your device is set to send back everything it receives to the sender, aka loopback mode. Remote loopback testing is when your device orders a foreign device to enter loopback mode.
Network Os provides an environment in which users, who are aware of multiplicity of machines can access remote rwsources by either logging in to remote machine or transferring data from remote machine. But in DOS, the users access remote resources in the same way they access local resources.
A subnet mask sends messages to the computer. Its main function is to let the computer know which addresses are remote, and which are local.