Objective 4.2: Documentation Types

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Objective 4.2: Identify types of configuration management documentation

Wiring schematics[edit | edit source]

Wiring schematics are drawings of where all the wires and circuits are. It also shows where and how they are connected. A wiring schematic is used to troubleshoot problems and to make sure that all the connections have been made and that everything is present. It assists in the replacement of cabling in case of a short circuit and eases the process of determining where new wires can be installed when additional capacity is needed.

Physical and logical network diagrams[edit | edit source]

Baselines[edit | edit source]

Policies, procedures, and configurations[edit | edit source]

Regulations[edit | edit source]

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Objective 4.2: Documentation Types
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