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What is the overall term for the set of documents, policies, and procedures for maintaining and updating a network with the objective of lessening vulnerabilities Answer configuration management physical network diagram wiring diagram logical network diagram
Configuration management is the overall term for the set of documents, policies, and procedures for maintaining and updating a network with the objective of lessening vulnerabilities.
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Configuration management is the overall term for the set of documents, policies, and procedures for maintaining and updating a network with the objective of lessening vulnerabilities.
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