A standalone server is a serial transmission replacement for the parallel SCSI, and it runs alone. It is an improvement of traditional SCSI and does not belong to a Windows domain. It supports a maximum of 128 synchronous devices at a transmission speed of 3 Gb in a second. It can also communicate with SATA and SCSI and includes two data ports. It offers local authentication and access control for any resource that is generated from a standalone server. Additionally, users only need to create user account other than it does not need any complex actions, as it does not offer network logon services.