Securing a network requires knowing the architecture and systems of your environment. One of the best ways to visually represent your network is a logical or physical topology. Unfortunately creating such topologies can be a painful process in most applications (Word, Photoshop, etc).
Microsoft’s Visio is an application designed for making topologies, and makes visual documentation much simpler.
However, anyone who has used Microsoft Visio can attest that in many instances when using the connectors to depict a connection between two devices the process can get a downright unruly. Sometimes the connectors just seem to have a mind of their own. The following article describes How to Disable Automatic Snap and Glue in Microsoft Visio which can save you A LOT of aggravation and keep you from snappin’ over Visio. A big thank you to our very own Andy Nellen for the tip!