Active Directory Domain Services
Active Directory Domain Services Diagramming
Active Directory Diagrams visualize the detailed structures of the Microsoft Windows networks, Active Directory Domain topology, the Active Directory Site topology, the Organizational Units (OU), and the Exchange Server Organization. They are used to visually document the Microsoft Active Directory network detail structure for network designing, and for managing the control access to printers and files, the access and security, the traffic flow optimization in local and wide area nets, the network equipment maintenance and repair, the data backup, storage, and recovery. ConceptDraw has vector stencils in the 2 libraries that help you to start using software for designing your own Active Directory Diagrams.
Pic.1. Active directory network diagram.
ConceptDraw solution Computer and Networks provides samples, templates and libraries of vector stencils for drawing the Active Directory network diagrams: Active Directory Objects, Active Directory Sites and Services, Exchange Objects and LDAP Objects.
Use ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software enhanced with Computer and Networks solution to draw network diagrams of Microsoft Windows networks, Active Directory Domain topolrogy, Active Directory Site topology, Organizational Units (OU), Exchange Server Organization.
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Wireless computer network diagrams help system administrators and network engineers to find out amount and type of equipment needed for each office LAN.
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The Cisco Network Diagrams solution from the Computer and Networks area of ConceptDraw Solution Park provides a wide collection of predesigned templates and samples that help you to create the Cisco Network Diagrams in one moment.
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A Local Area Network (LAN) is a computer network that interconnects computers on the limited area such as a home, office building, school, bank, computer laboratory, etc.
ConceptDraw DIAGRAM is a powerful network diagramming and vector drawing software. It provides the Computer and Networks Area with many Solutions that contain the wide set ready-to-use predesigned vector stencils and examples to help you design the LANs quick and easy.
Picture: Local network area. Computer and Network Examples
Computer networks nowadays are spread all across the world. The large number of parameters, such as geographic scale or communication protocols, can divide networks. One of the most common types of networks is called local area network (LAN). It convenient to represent network examples by means of diagrams.
This local area network (LAN) diagram provides an easy way to see the way the devices in a local network are interacted. The diagram uses a library containing specific symbols to represent network equipment , media and the end-user devices such as computers (PC, mac, laptop) , network printer, hubs, server and finally a modem. There are two types of network topologies: physical and logical. The current diagram represents precisely a physical type of LAN topology because it refers to the physical layout of a local network equipment.
Picture: Local area network (LAN). Computer and Network Examples
ConceptDraw makes the entire process of network visualization easier thanks to the numerous ready-to-use objects included in the package for presentation of network equipment, LDAP directory symbols and many other objects that symbolize resources in most various representations.
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Using ConceptDraw quality mind maps is a perfect addition to quality visualization in your company.
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Nodes of any computer network are somehow organized in a hierarchy or a layout. Some of the common layouts like star network topology are more reliable and some like ring topology withstand high loads better. It is also important to distinguish logical topologies from physical.
This diagram represents a typical view of the star network topology. The star network topology is one of the most frequently used network topologies in the majority of office and home networks. It is very popular because of its low cost and the easy maintenance. The plus of the star network topology is that if one computer on the local network is downed, this means that only the failed computer can not send or receive data. The other part of the network works normally. The minus of using star network topology is that all computers are connected to a single point-switch, or hub. Thus, if this equipment goes down, the whole local network comes down.
Picture: Star Network Topology