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Active Directory Domain

Active Directory (AD) is a directory service developed by the Microsoft Corporation for Windows domain networks. System administrators of the whole world successfully use the Active Directory Domain Services. The active directory domain controller allows check and authenticate the authorization of users and computers which are the part of Windows domain.

ConceptDraw DIAGRAM offers the Active Directory Diagrams Solution from the Computer and Networks Area with powerful drawing tools developed specially for all specialists which need create various active directory domain diagrams in their work activity.

Active Directory Diagrams Solution provides 4 libraries of ready-to-use vector objects. They will be incredibly helpful for system administrators, especially for those who don't have the artistic abilities.

These previews demonstrate all offered objects for active directory diagrams design. Click them to enlarge.

Active Directory Diagrams Solution in ConceptDraw STORE

Example 1. Active Directory Diagrams Solution in ConceptDraw STORE

ConceptDraw DIAGRAM designers prepared also a set of samples and templates. Among them you can find the good examples of active directory diagrams, active directory domain diagrams, active directory domain and site topologies, and many other kinds of diagrams. All they are professional looking, bright and colorful, you can open them from ConceptDraw STORE.

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Example 2. Active Directory Domain Services Diagram

This Active Directory Domain Services diagram (AD DS) was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the predesigned vector objects from the Active Directory Diagrams Solution libraries. An experienced user spent 10 minutes creating this sample.

The active directory diagrams designed with ConceptDraw DIAGRAM are vector graphic documents and are available for reviewing, modifying, converting to a variety of formats (image, HTML, PDF file, MS PowerPoint Presentation, Adobe Flash or MS Visio), printing and send via e-mail in one moment.


Active Directory Diagram →

It's no secret that there is a list of skills that every average system administrator should have. And it's important to be able to manage domains via active directory technologies. The best way to keep all the details in mind is to draw a diagram representing users, groups and domains. This diagram represents an Active Directory Services (Active Directory Domain Services). It can be helpful for system and network administrators to organize a network physical and logical elements (domains, data bases, servers, network equipment, end-user computers etc.) into a secure and logical structure. The logical structure of Active Directory is a hierarchical organization of all network components. The data that is stored in Active Directory comes from some diverse sources. The Active Directory diagram created using ConceptDraw Active Directory Diagram solution. It shows allocating group policies and functions assigned to end users. It helps to plan, manage and maintain the certain user access scenario.Active Directory Diagram
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Active Directory →

Making the Active Directory Diagrams is always better with the Active Directory Diagrams solution, developed by the specialists of CS Odessa for simplifying all the ConceptDraw DIAGRAM users’ work by making it much simpler to create the needed drawing.Active Directory *
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