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About the Presentations
About the Presentations
Support for Windows 7
Support for Windows 7
Objectives
Objectives
Objectives (contd
Objectives (contd
Whats New with Windows 7
Whats New with Windows 7
Improvements Over Windows Vista
Improvements Over Windows Vista
Figure 1-1 Mouse over the Internet Explorer icon in the taskbar to see
Figure 1-1 Mouse over the Internet Explorer icon in the taskbar to see
Figure 1-3 Use Aero Peek to view the Windows desktop and gadgets
Figure 1-3 Use Aero Peek to view the Windows desktop and gadgets
Improvements Over Windows Vista (contd
Improvements Over Windows Vista (contd
Figure 1-4 Windows 7 includes four default libraries Courtesy: Course
Figure 1-4 Windows 7 includes four default libraries Courtesy: Course
Improvements Over Windows Vista (contd
Improvements Over Windows Vista (contd
Improvements Over Windows Vista (contd
Improvements Over Windows Vista (contd
Editions of Windows 7
Editions of Windows 7
Editions of Windows 7 (contd
Editions of Windows 7 (contd
32-Bit or 64-Bit Versions
32-Bit or 64-Bit Versions
Preparing to Install Windows 7
Preparing to Install Windows 7
Preparing to Install Windows 7 (contd
Preparing to Install Windows 7 (contd
Figure 1-8 The Windows 7 Compatibility Center for hardware and
Figure 1-8 The Windows 7 Compatibility Center for hardware and
Preparing to Install Windows 7 (contd
Preparing to Install Windows 7 (contd
Preparing to Install Windows 7 (contd
Preparing to Install Windows 7 (contd
Installing Windows 7
Installing Windows 7
Figure 1-10 Begin the Windows 7 installation from the AutoPlay box
Figure 1-10 Begin the Windows 7 installation from the AutoPlay box
Figure 1-12 Opening menu when you launch Windows 7 setup from within
Figure 1-12 Opening menu when you launch Windows 7 setup from within
Figure 1-16 The Windows 7 product key found on the inside of a retail
Figure 1-16 The Windows 7 product key found on the inside of a retail
Installing Windows 7 (contd
Installing Windows 7 (contd
Figure 1-20 Select language, time, and keyboard options Courtesy:
Figure 1-20 Select language, time, and keyboard options Courtesy:
Installing Windows 7 (contd
Installing Windows 7 (contd
Figure 1-26 Paste the Windows 7 Certificate of Authenticity sticker to
Figure 1-26 Paste the Windows 7 Certificate of Authenticity sticker to
Figure 1-29 The network icon in the taskbar indicates a problem
Figure 1-29 The network icon in the taskbar indicates a problem
Figure 1-32 Verify the Network security key for the wireless network
Figure 1-32 Verify the Network security key for the wireless network
Figure 1-41 Manage how and when Windows is updated Courtesy: Course
Figure 1-41 Manage how and when Windows is updated Courtesy: Course
Windows 7 Action Center
Windows 7 Action Center
Figure 1-52 The Action Center shows a critical problem that needs a
Figure 1-52 The Action Center shows a critical problem that needs a
Windows 7 Action Center (contd
Windows 7 Action Center (contd
Windows 7 Action Center (contd
Windows 7 Action Center (contd
Figure 1-58 Detailed information about key system components Courtesy:
Figure 1-58 Detailed information about key system components Courtesy:
Backing Up User Data and the System Image
Backing Up User Data and the System Image
Figure 1-61 Set up a backup routine for the first time Courtesy:
Figure 1-61 Set up a backup routine for the first time Courtesy:
Figure 1-68 View and change backup setting Courtesy: Course
Figure 1-68 View and change backup setting Courtesy: Course
Backing Up User Data and the System Image (contd
Backing Up User Data and the System Image (contd
Backing Up User Data and the System Image (contd
Backing Up User Data and the System Image (contd
Backing Up User Data and the System Image (contd
Backing Up User Data and the System Image (contd
Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise
Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise
Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd
Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd
Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd
Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd
Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd
Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd
Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd
Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd
Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd
Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd
Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd
Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd
Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd
Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd
Summary
Summary
Summary (contd
Summary (contd
Summary (contd
Summary (contd

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1 About the Presentations

About the Presentations

The presentations cover the objectives found in the opening of each chapter. All chapter objectives are listed in the beginning of each presentation. You may customize the presentations to fit your class needs. Some figures from the chapters are included. A complete set of images from the book can be found on the Instructor Resources disc.

2 Support for Windows 7

Support for Windows 7

Chapter 1 Installing and Maintaining Windows 7

3 Objectives

Objectives

In this chapter, you will learn: About new features of Windows 7 and how it differs from Windows Vista How to prepare for a Windows 7 installation How to install Windows 7, including upgrades, clean installations, and dual-boot systems How to use the Windows 7 Action Center to help solve hardware and software problems How to use the Windows 7 Backup and Restore utility

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4 Objectives (contd

Objectives (contd

About creating a system image of Windows 7 About installing and supporting Windows 7 in a large enterprise

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5 Whats New with Windows 7

Whats New with Windows 7

Fewer differences between Windows 7 and Vista compared to Vista and XP Tools are similar to those in Vista Works faster and uses fewer system resources than Vista Many improvements over Windows Vista

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6 Improvements Over Windows Vista

Improvements Over Windows Vista

Taskbar changes New and taller taskbar displays a large full-screen preview on mouse over Jump List provides access to some of the major functions of the program Aero Peek gives you a peek at the desktop Windows Touch Allows you to use a touch screen without additional software Supports multi-touch

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7 Figure 1-1 Mouse over the Internet Explorer icon in the taskbar to see

Figure 1-1 Mouse over the Internet Explorer icon in the taskbar to see

each open tab in IE Courtesy: Course Technology/Cengage Learning

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8 Figure 1-3 Use Aero Peek to view the Windows desktop and gadgets

Figure 1-3 Use Aero Peek to view the Windows desktop and gadgets

Courtesy: Course Technology/Cengage Learning

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9 Improvements Over Windows Vista (contd

Improvements Over Windows Vista (contd

Snap and shake windows Aero Snap automatically maximizes a window when you drag it to the top of the desktop Aero Shake allows you to place the cursor in the title bar of a window, shake the window and minimize all other open windows Libraries A collection of one or more folders and their contents Files and folders can be located on any storage media on the local computer or network

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10 Figure 1-4 Windows 7 includes four default libraries Courtesy: Course

Figure 1-4 Windows 7 includes four default libraries Courtesy: Course

Technology/Cengage Learning

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11 Improvements Over Windows Vista (contd

Improvements Over Windows Vista (contd

Windows XP Mode allows you to run older applications that are not compatible with Windows 7 Action Center Replaces the Vista Security Center Is a centralized location that alerts the user to issues that might need to be addressed Homegroups Used to share resources on the computer with other computers on the local network belonging to the homegroup

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12 Improvements Over Windows Vista (contd

Improvements Over Windows Vista (contd

Windows Life Essentials includes: Messenger Photo Gallery Mail Writer Movie Maker Family Safety Toolbar Microsoft Security Essentials: antivirus software that protects a system against malware

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13 Editions of Windows 7

Editions of Windows 7

Windows 7 Starter Has the most limited features Intended for use on networks or in developing nations Windows 7 Home Basic: designed for low-cost home systems not requiring full security and networking features Windows 7 Home Premium Similar to Windows 7 Home Basic Includes additional features such as the Aero user interface

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14 Editions of Windows 7 (contd

Editions of Windows 7 (contd

Windows 7 Professional Intended for business users Similar to Windows Vista Business Windows 7 Enterprise Includes additional features over Windows 7 Professional Major additional features include BitLocker Drive Encryption and support for multiple languages Multiple site licensing available Windows 7 Ultimate: includes every Windows 7 feature

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15 32-Bit or 64-Bit Versions

32-Bit or 64-Bit Versions

An operating system is built using either 32-bit or 64-bit code Use a 64-bit version of Windows 7 if: You need increased performance Your system has enough resources to support it A 64-bit installation of Windows Generally runs faster than a 32-bit installation Can support more RAM

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16 Preparing to Install Windows 7

Preparing to Install Windows 7

Before installing Windows 7, determine if: The systems hardware resources qualify The hardware devices are compatible The system has a DVD drive Minimum/recommended hardware:

Hardware

For 32-Bit

For 64-Bit

Processor

1 GHz or faster

1 GHz or faster

Memory (RAM)

1 GB

2 GB

Free hard drive space

16 GB

20 GB

Video device and driver

DirectX 9 device with WDDM 1.0 or higher

DirectX 9 device with WDDM 1.0 or higher

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17 Preparing to Install Windows 7 (contd

Preparing to Install Windows 7 (contd

Many hardware manufacturers have not produced Windows 7 drives Run the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor before you upgrade Microsoft also has a Compatibility Center that is searchable Dual boot allows you to install the new OS without disturbing the old one Compatibility mode: group of settings that can be applied to older drivers or applications

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18 Figure 1-8 The Windows 7 Compatibility Center for hardware and

Figure 1-8 The Windows 7 Compatibility Center for hardware and

software Courtesy: Course Technology/Cengage Learning

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19 Preparing to Install Windows 7 (contd

Preparing to Install Windows 7 (contd

Upgrade licenses cost less than the full license Upgrades can be purchased for a PC that already has a Windows XP or a Windows Vista license Both the upgrade and full license can be used for a clean installation or in-place upgrade installation In-place upgrade: launched from the Windows desktop and carries forward user settings and installed applications Clean install: creates a fresh installation and does not carry forward settings or applications

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20 Preparing to Install Windows 7 (contd

Preparing to Install Windows 7 (contd

When the computer doesnt have a DVD drive Use an external DVD drive Download it from the Internet Copy setup files from another computer on the network that has a DVD drive Perform a network installation of Windows Use a USB flashdrive Decide on a clean install, in-place upgrade, or dual boot

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21 Installing Windows 7

Installing Windows 7

For an in-place upgrade Boot the system to the Windows desktop Close open applications and scan for viruses Install the Windows 7 DVD and launch Windows setup Follow the instructions on the screen Locate the product key

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22 Figure 1-10 Begin the Windows 7 installation from the AutoPlay box

Figure 1-10 Begin the Windows 7 installation from the AutoPlay box

Courtesy: Course Technology/Cengage Learning

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23 Figure 1-12 Opening menu when you launch Windows 7 setup from within

Figure 1-12 Opening menu when you launch Windows 7 setup from within

Windows Courtesy: Course Technology/Cengage Learning

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24 Figure 1-16 The Windows 7 product key found on the inside of a retail

Figure 1-16 The Windows 7 product key found on the inside of a retail

package or on the outside of an OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) package Courtesy: Course Technology/Cengage Learning

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25 Installing Windows 7 (contd

Installing Windows 7 (contd

To perform a clean install or a dual boot: Begin the installation from the Windows 7 DVD or from the Windows desktop If no operating system is installed on the PC, start booting from the DVD When installing the upgrade to a replacement hard drive: Install Vista or XP first, then install the upgrade Install Windows 7 twice

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26 Figure 1-20 Select language, time, and keyboard options Courtesy:

Figure 1-20 Select language, time, and keyboard options Courtesy:

Course Technology/Cengage Learning

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27 Installing Windows 7 (contd

Installing Windows 7 (contd

After the installation: For an OEM installation, affix the product key sticker to the computer Verify that you have network access Activate Windows Install updates and service packs for Windows Verify automatic updates are set as you want them Install hardware and applications Turn Windows features on or off For a laptop, configure power management settings

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28 Figure 1-26 Paste the Windows 7 Certificate of Authenticity sticker to

Figure 1-26 Paste the Windows 7 Certificate of Authenticity sticker to

a new desktop Courtesy: Course Technology/Cengage Learning

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29 Figure 1-29 The network icon in the taskbar indicates a problem

Figure 1-29 The network icon in the taskbar indicates a problem

Courtesy: Course Technology/Cengage Learning

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30 Figure 1-32 Verify the Network security key for the wireless network

Figure 1-32 Verify the Network security key for the wireless network

is correct Courtesy: Course Technology/Cengage Learning

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31 Figure 1-41 Manage how and when Windows is updated Courtesy: Course

Figure 1-41 Manage how and when Windows is updated Courtesy: Course

Technology/Cengage Learning

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32 Windows 7 Action Center

Windows 7 Action Center

The support and troubleshooting tools from Vista exist in Windows 7 and work the same way Some of the tools are renamed Action Center is new to Windows 7 Provides an easy-to-access central location to find many support tools Problems are color coded Red indicates a critical problem Orange indicates a less critical problem

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33 Figure 1-52 The Action Center shows a critical problem that needs a

Figure 1-52 The Action Center shows a critical problem that needs a

resolution Courtesy: Course Technology/Cengage Learning

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34 Windows 7 Action Center (contd

Windows 7 Action Center (contd

When first opened, any problem that needs addressing is displayed Only lists problems when solutions are available Also possible to see a list of past and current problems providing a history of problems The Security and Maintenance Settings and Support tools provides options such as virus protection settings The UAC (User Account Control) box offers more options in Windows 7

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35 Windows 7 Action Center (contd

Windows 7 Action Center (contd

The Action Center can be used to view performance reports and adjust Windows for best performance Performance and Information and Tools window contains links to adjusting Visual effects Indexing options Power settings Tools to clean up the hard drive

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36 Figure 1-58 Detailed information about key system components Courtesy:

Figure 1-58 Detailed information about key system components Courtesy:

Course Technology/Cengage Learning

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37 Backing Up User Data and the System Image

Backing Up User Data and the System Image

The Windows 7 Backup and Restore utility provides more control over what you can choose to back up compared to Vista Windows 7 Professional, Ultimate, and Enterprise editions allow you to save the backup to a network location You can select the folders and libraries to be included in the backup Shadow copy: made of any open files so that they can be included in the backup

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38 Figure 1-61 Set up a backup routine for the first time Courtesy:

Figure 1-61 Set up a backup routine for the first time Courtesy:

Course Technology/Cengage Learning

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39 Figure 1-68 View and change backup setting Courtesy: Course

Figure 1-68 View and change backup setting Courtesy: Course

Technology/Cengage Learning

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40 Backing Up User Data and the System Image (contd

Backing Up User Data and the System Image (contd

A simple way to open a Windows utility window is to use the Search programs and files box A previous version of a file or folder is a version that was previously created by the Backup and Restore utility or by System Protection when it created a restore point Restore point: a snapshot of the Windows system and includes files that have changed since the last restore point was made

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41 Backing Up User Data and the System Image (contd

Backing Up User Data and the System Image (contd

Backup and Restore can be used to create a system image Important points about a system image It is a copy of the Windows volume It must always be created on an internal or external hard drive The system image on a hard drive can be found in the path D:\WindowsImageBackup\computer name In addition to backing up a system image, you should also back up individual folders that contain user data

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42 Backing Up User Data and the System Image (contd

Backing Up User Data and the System Image (contd

Windows Backup and Restore offers two ways to create a system image: Include backing up the system image as part of the regularly scheduled backup procedure Create a system image apart from the regularly scheduled backup procedure The system image you create using Backup and Restore can only be installed on the computer that was used to create it

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43 Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise

Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise

In a large computing environment deployment strategies are needed to perform installations Deployment strategy A procedure to install Windows, device drivers, and applications on a computer Can include the process to transfer user settings, application settings, and user data files from an old installation to the new installation Microsoft suggests four deployment strategies; the one selected depends on the number of computers to be deployed and the time required

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44 Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd

Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd

High-touch with retail media strategy Recommended for fewer than 100 computers Except for upgrade installations, applications must be manually installed after the OS is installed Windows Easy Transfer can be used to transfer user settings User State Migration Tool (USMT) Included in the AIK The kit contains software tools and documentation to set up high-volume deployments

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45 Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd

Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd

High-touch with standard image strategy A system administrator prepares a standard image Standard image: includes Windows 7, drivers, and applications The image is created using tools in the Windows AIK It is usually stored in an 8 GB or larger bootable USB flash drive The installation is started manually by booting from the flash drive It takes longer to set up than the high-touch with media strategy

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46 Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd

Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd

Lite-touch, high-volume deployment strategy Uses a deployment server on the network to serve up the installation after a technician starts the process Distribution share: files in the installation that include Windows, device drivers, and applications The technician starts the installation by booting the computer to Windows PE Windows Preinstallation Environment (Windows PE) is a minimum operating system used to start the installation

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47 Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd

Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd

Zero-touch, high-volume deployment strategy The most difficult to set up and requires complex tools Does not require pull automation (the user starting the process) Uses push automation (the server automatically pushes the installation to a computer) The entire installation is automated and no user intervention is required

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48 Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd

Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd

The Windows 7 version of USMT is: Version 4.0 Much improved over earlier versions Included in the Windows AIK software AIK software must first be installed before using USMT Source: the computer from which the user and application settings as well as user files are taken Destination: the computer that is to receive the data

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49 Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd

Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd

USMT software uses two commands ScanState migrates settings and files from the source to a safe location LoadState applies the settings and files to the destination computer What to expect with IPv6 IPv6 uses 128 bits for an IP address instead of IPv4 with 32 bits Addresses are written as 8 blocks of hexadecimal numbers

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50 Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd

Special Concerns When Working in a Large Enterprise (contd

Windows 7 supports both IPv4 and IPv6 on the same network Both standards are enabled by default The IPv6 addresses are followed by a % sign and a number Tunnels are used by IPv6 to transport IPv6 packets through or over an IPv4 network Three tunneling protocols have been developed: ISATAP, Teredo, 6TO4

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51 Summary

Summary

Windows 7 performs better than Windows Vista with fewer resources. The Windows 7 taskbar incorporates a Jump List allowing quick access to recently used files. Windows 7 supports multi-touch with Windows Touch. Aero Snap and Shake provide additional ways to restore, maximize, resize, and move windows. Libraries collect files and folders into logical collections

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52 Summary (contd

Summary (contd

Windows XP mode allows users to run older programs in a native Windows XP environment, available for certain editions of Windows 7 The Action Center is now a central alert and support center. The homegroup provides for improved sharing over the standard Windows workgroup. All editions except Starter are available in 32-bit and 64-bit versions. Upgrade licenses allows for cheaper upgrades

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53 Summary (contd

Summary (contd

Windows 7 can be installed as an in-place upgrade, in a dual-boot scenario or as a fresh install. The four deployment strategies are (a) high-touch with retail media, (b) high-touch with a standard image, (c) lite-touch, high-volume deployment, and (d) zero-touch, high-volume deployment. IPV6 is now the standard stack for Windows 7, and IPV6 packets are tunneled over the commonly deployed IPV4 network

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