ConceptDraw VI Standard 6.2 ConceptDraw is a comprehensive business and technical diagramming software with advanced drawing tools, task-specific wizards and extensive libraries of ready-made shapes.
ConceptDraw VI Standard Mac 6.2 ConceptDraw is a comprehensive business and technical diagramming software with advanced drawing tools, task-specific wizards and extensive libraries of ready-made shapes.
Description: ConceptDraw NetDiagrammer has been developed for professional computer network diagramming, LAN scanning and visualization, preparation of network documentation, office/building/home network planning. The software is intended for network administrators, IT directors, network designers and engineers, and for everyone who finds detailed network documentation, diagramming and schematics critical.
The software includes large collections of task-specific shapes of network objects as well as templates, samples, and easy-to-use wizards.
- Special libraries of different computer network equipment
- Pre-assigned connection points on equipment ports
- Quick-start templates for Active Directory, Basic Network, LDAP Directory, Logical Network diagram and other
- Intelligent smart-connectors
- Powerful export/import capabilities. ConceptDraw NetDiagrammer imports and exports files to a large number of raster, vector, multimedia and text formats
- Intelligent Shapes
- Hyperlink support
- Collection of professional flowcharting, UML, web design, floor plan libraries of objects
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