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POS 421 Week 4 Individual Assignment 2015 version

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Creating a Domain Model

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Creating a Domain Model

A domain is a collaboration of interconnected machines that have user information and the security policy. There is a tool called Domain Controller that administers and manages all the information of the user that is on its domain. The network domains are created by the Windows Network tools. The windows Domain architecture uses the Active Directory domains and this architecture is laid down in accordance with the domain. Following is a model for Beta Company.

In this structure a Master Domain is used which is the highest level of domain. When users request the companybeta.com, its domain, then it takes all the requests on sub domains of Boston and Toronto.

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POS 421 Week 4 Individual Assignment 2015 version

  1. 1. POS 421 Week 4 Individual Assignment Link : http://uopexam.com/product/pos-421-week-4-individual-assignment/ Sample content Creating a Domain Model POS/421 Creating a Domain Model
  2. 2. A domain is a collaboration of interconnected machines that have user information and the security policy. There is a tool called Domain Controller that administers and manages all the information of the user that is on its domain. The network domains are created by the Windows Network tools. The windows Domain architecture uses the Active Directory domains and this architecture is laid down in accordance with the domain. Following is a model for Beta Company. In this structure a Master Domain is used which is the highest level of domain. When users request the companybeta.com, its domain, then it takes all the requests on sub domains of Boston and Toronto. In http://uopexam.com/product/pos-421-week-4-individual-assignment/

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