as far as I know you don't have to change a thing about your folder structure. Well, I might be misunderstanding - the PE is about the client, not about the server, no?
Anyway, I think the file_paths stay exactly the same, so there's no apparent reason (apparent to me) why you'd have to change anything. That would be bad marketing indeed if you did ...
Sorry!! May be my question has to be rephrased...
Currently we are handling personal Edition(Sever) and we have the folder Structure already ..Now we need to configure to client server technology. So would like to check about moving of the existing folder structure to the enterprise edition servers as paths would be different etc..
There is no QlikView Server Personal Edition, so whatever you set-up in a QVS environment, it will run as-is as long as you like it.
A QlikView Desktop environment however can be totally different from a QlikView Server environment. And the best thing to do is work the other way around: make your Desktop environment a lookalike of your server environment. If you do such a thing, publishing new documents or new releases becomes very straightforward, no code changes required.
Another possible solution could be to split environments on the QlikView Server platform itself, and use Desktop through an RDP session. That way you have no network transfers, you'll have automatic backups and you can work in a team on the same project.
shankarece already provided you with a link to more information. Another source of information on Enterprise Frameworks (how to go about creating and publishing documents, what file structure to use, what data layers etc.) is the Qlik Deployment Framework which is a community group (membership required)