Turn on Message Queuing Server

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What do MSMQ means? Why there's a need to turn on a Message Queuing Server in a 64 bit environment?

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Turn on Message Queuing Server


Actually MSMQ means Microsoft message queuing. It is an implementation of message queuing. Microsoft Corporation has developed it. It’s has been working through since MS Windows NT4 and windows 95 software servers. 

Message Queuing (MSMQ) is a technology. It’s use of running applications at a different times for the purposes of communicating across various networks and systems. It may be temporarily offline or whatever.

MSMQ means Microsoft message queuing

For more about it’s way visit here- this is the first link and second link is here

It’s a need to turn on MSMQ in a server environment with 64 bits. Because also it’s a care ware to work properly with MSMQ (Microsoft Message Queuing).

Hope that you may now get a rest from your query.


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