A network provides a fast and reliable way to share resources and information from one end to another. Due to this, it is considered to be a critical resource in an organization. In this blog, we shall explore the significance of network topology and how you can use network topology maps to visualize the complete network in an organization.
Active Directory forms the basis of the client network that is in charge of centralized domain management. It manages directory-based, identity-related services that store information about objects on the network and makes it easily accessible to administrators and users. The data it stores includes users, their contact information, passwords and their permissions.
Whether you are an MSP or an internal IT team, Active Directory documentation for each environment you support must be considered a top priority activity. However, the question is, how do you document an Active Directory? That’s exactly what we cover in this blog.
Today, when a ticket comes in concerning Active Directory permissions held by a specific user, your technician will have to log in and navigate through the Active Directory server to get that information. Now, learning keyboard shortcuts and some rapid navigation might be an okay solution, but wouldn’t it be more efficient to get all the information from one place?