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configuration control
1. After establishing a configuration, such as that of a telecommunications or computer system, the evaluating and approving changes to the configuration and to the interrelationships among system components. 2. In distributed-queue dual-bus (DQDB) networks, the function that ensures the resources of all nodes of a DQDB network are configured into a correct dual-bus topology. Note: The functions that are managed include the head of bus, external timing source, and default slot generator functions. 3. [The] process of controlling modifications to hardware, firmware, software, and documentation to ensure the information system (IS) is protected against improper modifications prior to, during, and after system implementation. [INFOSEC-99]   4.    The process of evaluating, approving or disapproving, coordinating and recording changes to configuration items [CESG].  5.    A system of controls imposed on changing controlled objects produced during the development, production, and maintenance processes for a Target of Evaluation [ITSEC].

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 
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