Win Update KB5006746 Windows 11 Cumulative Update Preview Build 22000.282 - Oct. 21


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October 21, 2021—KB5006746 (OS Build 22000.282) Preview​


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Highlights​

  • Updates an issue that causes Internet Explorer to stop working when you type certain characters in the Input Method Editor (IME).
  • Updates an issue that occurs when you try to rename a file in File Explorer using the new Japanese IME.
  • Updates an issue that might distort the sound captured by voice assistants.
  • Updates an issue that sometimes causes your lock screen background to appear black if you have set up a slideshow of pictures as your lock screen background.
  • Updates an issue that might cause your Bluetooth mice and keyboards to respond slower than expected.
  • Improves the time estimate for how long you might wait to use your device after it restarts.
  • Updates an issue that might prevent you from using the Xbox Game Bar recording features.
  • Updates an issue that causes some applications to run slower than usual after you upgrade to Windows 11 (original release).
  • Updates an issue that prevents Narrator and other screen readers from announcing when the Start menu is open in certain cases.
  • Updates an issue in that prevents the search window from appearing on a secondary monitor.
  • Updates an issue that prevents you from opening multiple instances of an app using Shift and clicking on the app’s icon in the taskbar.
  • Updates the visual design and animations of the Chat icon on the taskbar.
  • Updates an issue for a small number of users that prevents the Start menu from working and prevents you from seeing the updated taskbar after upgrading to Windows 11 (original release).

Improvements and fixes​

This non-security update includes quality improvements. Key changes include:
  • Addresses a race condition that occurs during the early part of startup that might cause a stop error.
  • Addresses a regression that might cause stop error 0x38 on some machine configurations that use non-ASCII text in the registry.
  • Addresses an issue for a small number of users that prevents the Start menu from working and prevents you from seeing the updated taskbar design after upgrading to Windows 11 (original release).
  • Addresses an L3 caching issue that might affect performance in some applications on devices that have AMD Ryzen processors after upgrading to Windows 11 (original release).
  • Addresses an issue with the interrupt handling of certain processors that might cause devices to stop responding.
  • Addresses an issue that causes PowerShell to create an infinite number of child directories. This issue occurs when you use the PowerShell Move-Item command to move a directory to one of its children. As a result, the volume fills up and the system stops responding.
  • Addresses an issue that causes the Server Manager application to disappear after you use it to remove Hyper-V features. This issue occurs when you install Server Manager on Windows 11 (original release) clients using Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT).
  • Addresses a threading issue that might cause the Windows Remote Management (WinRM) service to stop working when it is under a high load.
  • Addresses an issue that causes the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) provider host process to stop working. This occurs because of an unhandled access violation that occurs when using the Desired State Configuration (DSC).
  • Addresses an issue that causes a device to stop responding when you forcibly shut down the device while a Group Policy is being updated.
  • Addresses an issue that causes file migration between Distributed File System (DFS) paths that are stored on different volumes to fail. This issue occurs when you implement the migration using PowerShell scripts that use the Move-Item command.
  • Addresses an issue that prevents you from writing to a WMI repository after a low memory condition occurs.
  • Addresses an issue with a hardcoded font in the PowerShell shortcut file that distorts Japanese, Chinese, and Korean language fonts. This update addresses this issue for all newly created users on the machine. Existing users can use the C:\Users\Default\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Windows PowerShell\Windows PowerShell.lnk file to open PowerShell to address the issue. Alternatively, existing users can create a shortcut to this file on the desktop and use the shortcut to open PowerShell.
  • Addresses an issue with parsing time formats in events when milliseconds are excluded.
  • Addresses an issue that incorrectly renders some Enhanced Metafile Format (EMF) files. This issue occurs if you build the EMF files using third-party applications with ExtCreatePen() and ExtCreateFontIndirect().
  • Provides administrators the option to reset the zoom to the default for HTML dialogs in Microsoft Edge Internet Explorer mode.
  • Addresses an issue with Enterprise Mode Site List redirection from Internet Explorer 11 to Microsoft Edge. In certain circumstances, the redirection opens a site in multiple tabs in Microsoft Edge.
  • Addresses an issue that causes Internet Explorer to stop working when you input certain characters in the Input Method Editor (IME).
  • Addresses an issue with PropertyGet in JScript9.dll.
  • Addresses a memory leak that occurs when you use nested classes within VBScript.
  • Addresses an issue that fails to keep the NumLock state after a Fast Startup restart.
  • Addresses an issue with moving certain app windows. Moving these app windows might be unusually slow if a File Explorer window is visible on the screen.
  • Addresses an issue that intermittently prevents the Mail app from accepting keyboard input in the address and subject boxes.
  • Addresses an issue with the UI for renaming files using folder view in File Explorer. The UI fails to properly handle inline composition using the new Japanese IME.
  • Addresses an issue in which the use of App-V intermittently causes black screens to appear when signing in on the credentials page.
  • Addresses a known issue that prevents an internet print server from properly packaging modified printer properties before sending the package to the client. .
  • Implements a Group Policy setting for the following registry value:
    • Registry location: HKLM\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows NT\Printers\PointAndPrint
    • Value name: RestrictDriverInstallationToAdministrators
    • Value data: 1
    • For more information, see KB5005652.
  • Addresses an issue that might cause Xbox Game Bar recording features to be unavailable.
  • Addresses an issue that might cause distortion in the audio captured by voice assistants.
  • Addresses an issue that causes a memory leak in lsass.exe when the pTokenPrivileges buffer is not released.
  • Addresses an issue that might cause Kerberos.dll to stop working within the Local Security Authority Subsystem Service (LSASS). This occurs when LSASS processes simultaneous Service for User (S4U) user-to-user (U2U) requests for the same client user.
  • Addresses an issue with a non-paged pool (NPP) leak from the UxSF pool tag. This leak occurs when lsass.exe stops processing asynchronous Security Support Provider Interface (SSPI) calls.
  • Addresses an issue that prevents you from enabling BitLocker on a thinly provisioned virtual machine (VM). The error is “A device attached to the system is not functioning” and the system logs, “STATUS_UNSUCCESSFUL”.
  • Improves the performance of MsSense.exe in environments with User Datagram Protocol (UDP) applications that require high amounts of bandwidth.
  • Addresses an issue in Windows Defender Exploit Protection that prevents some Microsoft Office applications from working on machines that have certain processors.
  • Enables credentials for Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) users in Quick Assist.
  • Addresses an issue that sometimes prevents Quick Assist users from using full screen view after they start a remote assistance session.
  • Addresses an issue in which Set-RDSessionCollectionConfiguration does not set the camerastoredirect:s:value custom property.
  • Addresses an IME mode instability in the RemoteApp scenario. You must install this update on the Remote Desktop server and Remote Desktop client.
  • Addresses an issue that causes the IME toolbar to appear even when the RemoteApp is closed.
  • Addresses a paged pool memory leak of the registry keys for the Virtual Desktop ID that occurs in explorer.exe.
  • Makes small adjustments to the contrast theme colors, such as making hyperlinks more distinct when you hover over them while you are using the desert theme.
  • Addresses an issue that prevents Narrator and other screen readers from announcing when the Start menu is open in certain cases.
  • Addresses an issue that occurs if the search index is damaged in certain ways; attempts to search using the taskbar or File Explorer fail.
  • Addresses an issue in that prevents the search window from appearing on a secondary monitor.
  • Addresses an issue that might cause the File Explorer window to lose focus when you map a network drive.
  • Addresses an issue that sometimes causes the lock screen to appear black if you set up slideshow.
  • Addresses a reliability issue with LogonUI.exe, which affects the rendering of the network status text on the credentials screen.
  • Addresses an issue that prevents you from opening multiple instances of an app using Shift and clicking on the app’s icon in the taskbar.
  • Updates the visual design and animations of the Chat icon on the taskbar.
  • Removes the warning about losing other people's unsaved work when shutting down or restarting if no other users are signed in.
  • Addresses an issue that might occur when you configure the policy, "Delete user profiles older than a specified number of days on system restart". If a user has been signed in for longer than the time specified in the policy, the device might unexpectedly delete profiles at startup.
  • Addresses an issue that fails to establish a connection to the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) service or immediately drops an RDP connection under certain circumstances.
  • Addresses an issue that might cause input delays for certain Bluetooth mice and keyboards.
  • Addresses an issue that prevents the Start menu from opening after a video driver upgrade.
  • Improves the precision of the estimates for downtime when the estimates are at least two minutes or more.
  • Addresses a Local Security Authority Subsystem Service (LSASS) domain controller memory leak that is reported in Privileged Access Management (PAM) deployments.
  • Addresses an issue that occurs when the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) bind cache is full, and the LDAP client library receives a referral.
  • Addresses an issue in Adamsync.exe that affects the syncing of large Active Directory subtrees.
  • Addresses an issue that causes a deadlock when Offline Files are enabled. As a result, CscEnpDereferenceEntryInternal holds parent and child locks.
  • Adds the ability to configure period or dot (.) delimited IP addresses interchangeably with fully qualified host names in the following Group Policy settings:
  • Addresses a known issue that might prevent devices from downloading and installing printer drivers when the devices attempt to connect to a network printer for the first time. We have observed this issue on devices that access printers using a print server that uses HTTP connections.
  • Addresses a known issue that might prevent the successful installation of printers using the Internet Printing Protocol (IPP).
  • Addresses a known issue that might ask for administrative credentials every time you attempt to print. This occurs in environments in which the print server and print client are in different times zones.
If you installed earlier updates, only the new fixes contained in this package will be downloaded and installed on your device.

Windows 11 servicing stack update - 22000.280​

  • This update makes quality improvements to the servicing stack, which is the component that installs Windows updates. Servicing stack updates (SSU) ensure that you have a robust and reliable servicing stack so that your devices can receive and install Microsoft updates.

Known issues in this update​

Microsoft is not currently aware of any issues with this update.

How to get this update​

Before installing this update

Microsoft combines the latest servicing stack update (SSU) for your operating system with the latest cumulative update (LCU). For general information about SSUs, see Servicing stack updates and Servicing Stack Updates (SSU): Frequently Asked Questions.

Install this update

Release ChannelAvailableNext Step
Windows Update or Microsoft UpdateYesGo to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update. In the Optional updates available area, you’ll find the link to download and install the update.
Windows Update for BusinessNoNone. These changes will be included in the next security update to this channel.
Microsoft Update CatalogYesTo get the standalone package for this update, go to the Microsoft Update Catalog website.
Windows Server Update Services (WSUS)NoYou can import this update into WSUS manually. See the Microsoft Update Catalog for instructions.

If you want to remove the LCU
To remove the LCU after installing the combined SSU and LCU package, use the DISM/Remove-Package command line option with the LCU package name as the argument. You can find the package name by using this command: DISM /online /get-packages.
Running Windows Update Standalone Installer (wusa.exe) with the /uninstall switch on the combined package will not work because the combined package contains the SSU. You cannot remove the SSU from the system after installation.

File information

For a list of the files that are provided in this update, download the file information for cumulative update 5006746.

For a list of the files that are provided in the servicing stack update, download the file information for the SSU - version 22000.280.


Source: October 21, 2021—KB5006746 (OS Build 22000.282) Preview


Direct download links for KB5006746 MSU file from Microsoft Update Catalog:

Download KB5006674 MSU for Windows 11 64-bit (x64) - 195.6 MB

Download KB5006674 MSU for Windows 11 ARM64 - 247.7 MB
 

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Windows 11 has a lot of bugs. So maybe bug do it.
I succeed copy 22000.194 ISO to DVD5, because it's not worth to copy it to DVD9.
there is no .194; it is 22000.282 — unless something has been released without my knowledge
 

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there is no .194; it is 22000.282 — unless something has been released without my knowledge

22000.194 is the build that was released on 5th October. It can be obtained from MS either using the MCT or as an ISO.





OPTION ONE

Download Latest Windows 11 ISO using Media Creation Tool


This will be for a Windows 11 Build 22000.194 ISO file.

 

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    fully 'Windows 11 ready' laptop. Windows 10 C: partition migrated from my old unsupported 'main machine' then upgraded to 11. A test migration ran Insider builds for 2 months. When 11 was released on 5th October it was re-imaged back to 10 and was offered the upgrade in Windows Update on 20th October.


    My SYSTEM THREE is a Dell Latitude 5410, i7-10610U, 32GB RAM, 512GB ssd, Windows 11 Pro.
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    unsupported machine: Legacy bios, MBR, TPM 1.2, upgraded from W10 to W11 using W10/W11 hybrid install media workaround.


    My SYSTEM THREE is a Dell Latitude 5410, i7-10610U, 32GB RAM, 512GB ssd, Windows 11 Pro.

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A little weird experience worth noting here...
I had deleted my Hyper-V VM where Win 11 was installed just after receiving a notification from MS on October 5, 2021 that I was eligible for a free upgrade on one of my PCs that has passed the necessary system requirements. Just yesterday on that same PC, I tried to recreate a VM in Hyper-V and everything went alright until the phase where I had to use the .ISO for the install. First window was to choose the language, keyboard type etc...Second window where one has to enter the product key. Third window, after clicking next, I got the infamous message that the install could not proceed since my PC doesn't meet the minimum system requirements.

How could that be since it is the same PC for which I received the notification mentioned above?. I am quite sure that I have put more than needed for the system requirements while creating the VM. I could not find any way around this nail biting mystery, I decided to use one system image taken with MR just before the VM deletion, and luckily everything went fine. Now, I am on build 22000.282 after checking for Updates which brought forth KB5006746.

Win 11 OS Build 22000.282.PNG.jpg
 

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A little weird experience worth noting here...
I had deleted my Hyper-V VM where Win 11 was installed just after receiving a notification from MS on October 5, 2021 that I was eligible for a free upgrade on one of my PCs that has passed the necessary system requirements. Just yesterday on that same PC, I tried to recreate a VM in Hyper-V and everything went alright until the phase where I had to use the .ISO for the install. First window was to choose the language, keyboard type etc...Second window where one has to enter the product key. Third window, after clicking next, I got the infamous message that the install could not proceed since my PC doesn't meet the minimum system requirements.

How could that be since it is the same PC for which I received the notification mentioned above?. I am quite sure that I have put more than needed for the system requirements while creating the VM. I could not find any way around this nail biting mystery, I decided to use one system image taken with MR just before the VM deletion, and luckily everything went fine. Now, I am on build 22000.282 after checking for Updates which brought forth KB5006746.

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Try asking @Kari, he is very knowledgeable when it comes to Hyper-V.
 

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I tried to recreate a VM in Hyper-V and everything went alright until the phase where I had to use the .ISO for the install.... Third window, after clicking next, I got the infamous message that the install could not proceed since my PC doesn't meet the minimum system requirements.
You have to make sure the Hyper-V VM itself will meet the specs for W11. In particular, check in its settings that it is set to use 2 processors, and that it's initial memory is set at 4GB. Either or both of those may be set too low in a default new VM.
 

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    fully 'Windows 11 ready' laptop. Windows 10 C: partition migrated from my old unsupported 'main machine' then upgraded to 11. A test migration ran Insider builds for 2 months. When 11 was released on 5th October it was re-imaged back to 10 and was offered the upgrade in Windows Update on 20th October.


    My SYSTEM THREE is a Dell Latitude 5410, i7-10610U, 32GB RAM, 512GB ssd, Windows 11 Pro.
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Try asking @Kari, he is very knowledgeable when it comes to Hyper-V.

I have thought exactly about him (@Kari), but since I managed to get everything back to the way they were before, I decided not to. It is as if you were reading my mind. :wink:

You have to make sure the Hyper-V VM itself will meet the specs for W11. In particular, check in its settings that it is set to use 2 processors, and that it's initial memory is set at 4GB. Either or both of those may be set too low in a default new VM.

As usual your insight is well appreciated. The memory was well above 4GB; I guess I had put it to 7GB. I cannot remember for the 2 processors since I was following a tut that I have when I need to create a VM in Hyper-V. Maybe, next time — I hope soon enough — I would check that as one can have or create two or three VMs on the same machine. For now, I can consider myself a happy camper thanks to our beloved MR. :)
Thx mate.
 

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22000.194 is the build that was released on 5th October. It can be obtained from MS either using the MCT or as an ISO.



Thanks, Bree for clarifying this for me and anyone who may have read the ‘misinformation’ I posted.
 

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Hi folks
another easy way for creating a HYPER-V VM is to use the VIBOOT feature in Macrium -- It works a treat in Macrium V8 -- haven't tried in V7 though. Afterwards you can adjust the VM's config manually if you need to change default operations.

@Kari has an excellent tutorial is on W10 Forums


Then if you want you can do a V2P to convert the VM to a physical machine - works in a load of cases if you get problems the standard way with "This Machine cannot run W11" and doesn't need any registry hacks etc. - Ensure though the VM is created with UEFI and secure boot, and your machine should have a physical TPM enabled.

For those a bit more adventurous the latest version of RUFUS has a build W11 option without the TPM etc requirements -- RUFUS V 3.16 and chose the dropdown option. If the Ms MCT won't downloaad etc the latest builds can be got from UUPDUMP.

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Hi folks
another easy way for creating a HYPER-V VM is to use the VIBOOT feature in Macrium -- It works a treat in Macrium V8 -- haven't tried in V7 though. Afterwards you can adjust the VM's config manually if you need to change default operations.

@Kari has an excellent tutorial is on W10 Forums


Then if you want you can do a V2P to convert the VM to a physical machine - works in a load of cases if you get problems the standard way with "This Machine cannot run W11" and doesn't need any registry hacks etc. - Ensure though the VM is created with UEFI and secure boot, and your machine should have a physical TPM enabled.

For those a bit more adventurous the latest version of RUFUS has a build W11 option without the TPM etc requirements -- RUFUS V 3.16 and chose the dropdown option. If the Ms MCT won't downloaad etc the latest builds can be got from UUPDUMP.

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Very good info & reference. I have to find some time to work my way through this "Macrium viBoot - Create Virtual Machine using Macrium Image", because I have to understand exactly what I am doing. I have not read the tut yet, but I suppose it is not for the faint of heart or is it!.
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I have not read the tut yet, but I suppose it is not for the faint of heart or is it!.
It's actually quite easy to use viBoot, probably easier than setting up a Hyper-V VM from scratch.
 

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It's actually quite easy to use viBoot, probably easier than setting up a Hyper-V VM from scratch.

This is good encouragement. I am in the middle of reading it right now after a long period of procrastination because I knew about it and never took the time to have a go at it. I really appreciate you. :thumbsup:
 

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I hope someone can help me with this... I've tried doing research and haven't come up with anything. (maybe I'm not searching the right problem)

Ever since switching back to the beta channel to enable android (about 3 days now), my laptop has had an issue upon boot where it will set the clock to 4:02 am august 7 (at least that's today's date/time). Which causes explorer to bug out and not let me do anything until I start a PowerShell and manually trigger a sync then everything is fine. Is there a post about this I missed I just can't seem to find on how to fix this? I tried the method to fix the bug that was created right before 11 officially launched to the public but that was a no-go...
I today updated to 22000.282 (haven't used the computer in a little bit) and still have the problem.
 

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IronZorg89

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I hope someone can help me with this... I've tried doing research and haven't come up with anything. (maybe I'm not searching the right problem)

Ever since switching back to the beta channel to enable android (about 3 days now), my laptop has had an issue upon boot where it will set the clock to 4:02 am august 7 (at least that's today's date/time). Which causes explorer to bug out and not let me do anything until I start a PowerShell and manually trigger a sync then everything is fine. Is there a post about this I missed I just can't seem to find on how to fix this? I tried the method to fix the bug that was created right before 11 officially launched to the public but that was a no-go...
I today updated to 22000.282 (haven't used the computer in a little bit) and still have the problem.

Just a suggestion...Maybe you can right-click the date & time at the far right of the taskbar (notification area) and click on "Adjust date and time" in the context menu to appropriately put the time according to your country and region.
 

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IronZorg89

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It's actually quite easy to use viBoot, probably easier than setting up a Hyper-V VM from scratch.

Just to let you know, I have managed to create a Hyper-V VM using viBoot. Like you said, it was easy but my reading is not over yet regarding this feature. There are a lot of things you can do using viBoot and I am not going to go through the laundry list, which I presume you already know about.

VM created by MR viBoot.png
 
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I hope someone can help me with this... I've tried doing research and haven't come up with anything. (maybe I'm not searching the right problem)

Ever since switching back to the beta channel to enable android (about 3 days now), my laptop has had an issue upon boot where it will set the clock to 4:02 am august 7 (at least that's today's date/time). Which causes explorer to bug out and not let me do anything until I start a PowerShell and manually trigger a sync then everything is fine. Is there a post about this I missed I just can't seem to find on how to fix this? I tried the method to fix the bug that was created right before 11 officially launched to the public but that was a no-go...
I today updated to 22000.282 (haven't used the computer in a little bit) and still have the problem.
Boot your BIOS/UEFI and correct the date there. Then reboot windows and it will be fine.
 

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Just a suggestion...Maybe you can right-click the date & time at the far right of the taskbar (notification area) and click on "Adjust date and time" in the context menu to appropriately put the time according to your country and region.
Problem is, when I’m experiencing the problem I can’t right-click anything. Only thing that gets me out of it is starting task manager (either with ctrl + shift + esc, or ctrl + alt + del) and setting the time with cmd or powershell
Boot your BIOS/UEFI and correct the date there. Then reboot windows and it will be fine.
I thought about that but my uefi shows the proper time. It’s not until I get to the Lock Screen that the date is set back to 4:02 am. It resets back to that time on each login.
Once I set the time properly I can use windows as normal. Until next reboot.
 

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Problem is, when I’m experiencing the problem I can’t right-click anything. Only thing that gets me out of it is starting task manager (either with ctrl + shift + esc, or ctrl + alt + del) and setting the time with cmd or powershell

I thought about that but my uefi shows the proper time. It’s not until I get to the Lock Screen that the date is set back to 4:02 am. It resets back to that time on each login.
Once I set the time properly I can use windows as normal. Until next reboot.
Shot in the dark here, especially if you have fast start-up enabled, try a proper shutdown via the shutdown /s command so it forces everything to load up again on boot.
 

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