Network Diagramming Software
for Network Active Directory Diagrams
Design Element Active Directory
Active Directory Diagrams visualize the detailed structures of the
- Microsoft Windows networks,
- Active Directory Domain topology,
- Active Directory Site topology,
- Organizational Units (OU),
- 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 1004 vector stencils in the 40 libraries that helps you to start using software for designing your own Network Diargams. You can use the appropriate stencils from Active Directory Objects with 20 objects.
Pic.1. Network Diagramming Software
Design Elements — Active Directory (macintosh, windows)
ConceptDraw solution Computer and Networks provides 4 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 these libraries of design elements to draw network diagrams of Microsoft Windows networks, Active Directory Domain topology, Active Directory Site topology, Organizational Units (OU), Exchange Server Organization.
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Picture: SysML Diagram
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ConceptDraw DIAGRAM vector drawing software offers the Floor Plans Solution from the Building Plans area of ConceptDraw Solution Park to help you create professional looking Kitchen Plans of any complexity.
Picture: Kitchen Planning Software
What is a computer network? This is a set of devices and systems that are connected to each other (logically or physically) and communicate with each other. This could include servers, computers, phones, routers, and so on. The size of this network can reach the size of the Internet, and can consist of only two devices connected by a cable.
This sample shows the connection scheme of the home WLAN equipment to the Internet.
Picture: Diagram of a Basic Computer Network. Computer Network Diagram Example
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This example was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Computer and Networks Area of ConceptDraw Solution Park and shows the Virtual Private Network (VPN) diagram.
Picture: Virtual private networks (VPN). Computer and Network Examples
UML Component Diagram illustrates show components are wired together to larger components and software systems that shows the structure of arbitrarily complex systems.
Rapid UML Solution for ConceptDraw DIAGRAM contains 13 vector stencils libraries with 393 interactive shapes that you can use to design your UML diagrams.
To design a Component Diagram use the UML Component Diagram library.
UML Component Diagram library contains 36 shapes
Picture: UML Component Diagram. Design Elements
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Creating entity-relationship diagrams on Mac is fun and effortless when you use a software designed for professional ERD drawing tailored to specific characteristics of Apple OS X. ConceptDraw DIAGRAM is a business diagramming software for those using OS X.
The Entity-Relationship Diagrams solution for ConceptDraw has 2 libraries containing about 50 vector icons, depicting ERD symbols of the most popular Chen's and Crow’s Foot Notations. The other valuable component of the solution is a collection of ERDs samples and templates that can be opened on Macs and PCs.
Picture: Drawing ER diagrams on a Mac
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When designing an Entity-Relationship Diagram one need to use a certain notated symbols that were developed and standardized especially for databases description. First of them - the Chen’s notation had a linguistic origin. It includes rectangle boxes to show entities that may be described as nouns, and the relationships between them described as verbs depicted in a form of diamond. Finally the Chen’s notation was simplified up to the Crow’s Foot notation. It represents a relationship as labeled line. It is precisely this notation is shown in the given figure. ConceptDraw DIAGRAM together with its Entity-Relationship Diagram (ERD) solution is designed to support professionals who deals with creating ER diagrams using the element of both - Chen’s and Crow's Foot notations.
Picture: Design Element: Crows Foot for Entity Relationship Diagram - ERD
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Picture: Tree Network Topology Diagram
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Picture: Pyramid Diagram