Administrative Domain


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Administrative Domain

(networking)
(AD) A collection of hosts and routers, and the interconnecting network(s), managed by a single administrative authority.
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Die ontwikkeling en evaluering van 'n eindgebruikertoepassing in die veld van masjienvertaling word beskryf in die artikel, An overview of the Etsa Trans machine translation system: compilation of an administrative domain, deur Ehlers en Hanekom.
AVAKI grids unify resources across locations and administrative domains with different hardware, operating systems, and system configurations, creating an environment that is secure and easy to administer.
Coherence within a state emerges not from heroic personal feats of integration in the face of COAG deadlines, but from the continuous application of standard operating procedures, exercised across the political, policy, and administrative domains that radiate from the center, interlock around the leader, and distil complex issues into clear and confined options.
As expected, voices have been raised in criticism by political quarters and even some members of the legal community, labelling the move as intrusion into government's administrative domain.
The award has three categories: the working mother in the field domain, the working mother in the administrative domain and the special awarding category.
Both service providers and their enterprise customers working within a single administrative domain can manage VPN policy, giving service providers the ability to put control of VPNs back in the hands of their enterprise customers.
In a system that covers only one friendly administrative domain, security may be accomplished by something as simple as a centralized location database with access controls.
As the "approach of choice" for building enterprise systems, SOA's advantages have typically focused on agile systems, loose coupling, application reuse, and lack of single administrative domain, often resulting in new challenges to governance.
By centralizing all security and management functions, Eclipse provides a single administrative domain for all SIP applications and devices.
Since Repeaters and Responders do not need to be in the same administrative domain, Responders (and their associated private keys) can be further secured via a firewall or air gap.
Since the VA Repeater Appliance caches responses generated and digitally signed by the VA Responder Server, it does not require a hardware signing module and can easily reside in a different administrative domain than the Responder Server itself.
Since the Repeater merely caches responses digitally signed by the Responder, it does not need to perform digital signing operations and can potentially reside in a different administrative domain than the Responder.

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