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What do people use to document their network environment?

What do people use to document their network environment?

What do people use to document their network environment?

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How do you document your network environment?
Many small companies are dependent on their IT manager/consultant, if they leave there's often no knowledge transfer or documentation on the environment.

How do you document your network environment (desktops, laptops, servers, server functions [email, fileserver, db server], locations, system info [software, hardware, patches] backup schedules, install and warranty dates, changes to the system, network topology ....

Please respond to this matix:
Tool(s) used for documentation ~
Size of your organizations ~
Nbr of Servers ~
Nbr of Clients ~
Nbr of Locations ~
IT staff size ~
Tool integrated with Helpdesk?

thanks for the response

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