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Small Business Server 2008 Installation, Migration, and Configuration Set up and run your small business server making it deliver big business impact David Overton BIRMINGHAM - MUMBAI This material is copyright and is licensed for the sole use by Richard Ostheimer on 6th June 2009 2205 hilda ave., , missoula, , 59801 Small Business Server 2008 Installation, Migration, and Configuration Copyright © 2009 Packt Publishing All rights reserved No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, without the prior written permission of the publisher, except in the case of brief quotations embedded in critical articles or reviews Every effort has been made in the preparation of this book to ensure the accuracy of the information presented However, the information contained in this book is sold without warranty, either express or implied Neither the author, nor Packt Publishing and its dealers or distributors will be held liable for any damages caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly by this book Packt Publishing has endeavored to provide trademark information about all of the companies and products mentioned in this book by the appropriate use of capitals However, Packt Publishing cannot guarantee the accuracy of this information First published: April 2009 Production Reference: 1150409 Published by Packt Publishing Ltd 32 Lincoln Road Olton Birmingham, B27 6PA, UK ISBN 978-1-847196-30-9 www.packtpub.com Cover Image by Vinayak Chittar (vinayak.chittar@gmail.com) This material is copyright and is licensed for the sole use by Richard Ostheimer on 6th June 2009 2205 hilda ave., , missoula, , 59801 Credits Author David Overton Reviewers Alex Stanier Editorial Team Leader Abhijeet Deobhakta Project Team Leader Lata Basantani Ian Watkins Leslie Cupitt Dr Simon J Orebi Gann Steve Davis Vijay Singh Riyait Indexer Rekha Nair Project Coordinator Rajashree Hamine Acquisition Editor Proofreader Douglas Paterson Chris Smith Development Editor Dilip Venkatesh Production Coordinators Aparna Bhagat Dolly Dasilva Technical Editor Ajay Shanker Cover Work Aparna Bhagat This material is copyright and is licensed for the sole use by Richard Ostheimer on 6th June 2009 2205 hilda ave., , missoula, , 59801 About the Author David Overton has been in the IT industry for over 20 years and has worked at Microsoft in the UK for more than nine years David fell in love with Small Business Server in 2003 when he was given the responsibility of engaging with journalists at the time of the launch of SBS in the UK For the next four years, David was responsible for improving SBS deliveries by Microsoft partners David has since has moved on to other roles inside Microsoft, but still continues to be part of the SBS community, helping users answer and resolve questions As well as his day job, David is also a writer: he has written for consumer publications Windows XP and Windows Vista magazines, and he blogs at http://davidoverton.com, where he helps readers find solutions to questions and problems When not working or writing, David likes to spend time with his family and also tries to fit in sailing any time of the year in any weather This material is copyright and is licensed for the sole use by Richard Ostheimer on 6th June 2009 2205 hilda ave., , missoula, , 59801 This book would not have been possible without the interaction of customers, the UK SBS group leads, SBSC partners who work together to improve IT for small businesses, and finally, my colleagues at Microsoft I could not have started this project without the support of all three members of my family who agreed to lose me for even more days each month Once I started the book, I relied on seven people to give their guidance to ensure the content was the most useful possible Simon was my ultimate customer guide helping me keep an eye on the owner manager's perspective Kate Bevan, a journalist, helped improve my writing style and reminded me to keep it simple The people who are in business supplying and maintaining SBS for their customers every day were Leslie Cupitt of Business Solutions IT, Vijay Riyat of iQuebed, Ian Watkins of Oxbridge Technology Ltd, Alex Stanier of IT Business, and Steve Davis of Sytec I need to thank Nick King at Microsoft for answering the questions I could not, and the staff at Packt Publishing Ltd, including Douglas, for the encouragement and guidance that finally led to this book being published This material is copyright and is licensed for the sole use by Richard Ostheimer on 6th June 2009 2205 hilda ave., , missoula, , 59801 About the Reviewers Alex Stanier has worked in the IT industry for twenty years He started with Ford Motor company on mainframes and minis, and on artificial intelligence solutions before discovering PCs and networks He spent ten years in the BBC, running an outsourced IT support contract before starting a new company to service the SME market For the past five years, he has been providing consultancy to a variety of smaller and larger clients He plays an active and vocal part in the SBSC community Ian Watkins started working with computers in 1983 when he worked for Thomas Cook as an Analyst/Programmer writing in COBOL and CICs Since then, he has moved to working on the Microsoft Platform for many small businesses and charitable organizations helping them to derive real value from the money they spend on IT He is passionate about seeing IT used effectively in small organizations and helping them solve their real-world problems to drive their organizations forward Leslie Cupitt is a veteran of IT, earning his living from IT since 1981 He is a graduate in Management & Economics from the University of Bath After various marketing roles in large companies, he moved into the marketing of IT, first at the UK's National Computing Centre, then with a large distributor, and then with a large IT retailer He has run Business Solutions Ltd since its formation in 1988 Business Solutions Ltd is a Microsoft Small Business Specialist The focus is on supporting small businesses and building the return from their IT investment Leslie is an active member of the North West Small Business Community This material is copyright and is licensed for the sole use by Richard Ostheimer on 6th June 2009 2205 hilda ave., , missoula, , 59801 Dr Simon J Orebi Gann is a Non-Executive Director and Senior Executive with a background of extensive commercial and IT experience in BP, Marks and Spencer, and the London International Financial Future Exchange (LIFFE) He has Board experience, which includes US public and UK private company non-executive roles, as well as line roles on company operating boards With a doctorate in high energy physics, which gave him his first experience of the power of computing, he always seeks opportunities to use new technology early, aiming to gain the longest economic life and maximize return from investment He ensures that he remains up-to-date with technological developments to identify and assess new commercial opportunities With a background of successful delivery of many major IT programs in the Retail, Finance, and Energy industries, Simon assists businesses that are considering or engaged in technology-enabled change to ensure that their strategy is appropriate, goals set are both challenging and achievable, and that the approach and governance will deliver As well as working at a major international scale, he also undertakes small business projects and often pioneers key technology in his own business He is an active advisor to venture capital firms on potential investments and on exit strategies Steve Davis is a passionate believer in business computing and a member of the British Computer Society He is also a close colleague of David Overton and the pair often collaborate on Small Business Server issues Steve has the advantage of working in the "wilds" of IT, with responsibilities towards a wide variety of customers including many business critical applications Vijay Singh Riyait is a Chartered Engineer and a Member of the Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET), which is the largest professional Engineering institution in the UK He is the Technical Director of Ardent iSys, which is a Microsoft Small Business Specialist He has over 15 years experience as a software developer He graduated from the University of Wales, Bangor where he studied Electronic Engineering, having won a sponsorship from Marconi Radar Systems Ltd He spent five years as a Research Associate at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, where he was researching signal processing techniques for underwater sonar systems He is the author of a number of academic papers and first author of a paper published by the IEEE Transactions on Image Processing Vijay has also worked for GPT, Ericsson, Concept Design (a Nottingham-based software consultancy specializing in GSM/3G telecoms), and ID Data on Smartcard Technologies This material is copyright and is licensed for the sole use by Richard Ostheimer on 6th June 2009 2205 hilda ave., , missoula, , 59801 Vijay is currently a Microsoft SBSC PAL (Partner Area Lead) for the UK, which is a recognition by Microsoft of his commitment to promoting engagement between Microsoft Small Business Partners and Microsoft Vijay is a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) and a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) on Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 This material is copyright and is licensed for the sole use by Richard Ostheimer on 6th June 2009 2205 hilda ave., , missoula, , 59801 Table of Contents Preface Chapter 1: Introduction Who should read this book and the work? Why are you installing a server? How to get the return on your server investment Book goals Navigation route through book How to ask more questions Summary 6 8 10 10 Chapter 2: Introduction to SBS 2008 11 Chapter 3: Preparing to Migrate from SBS 2003 17 SBS 2008 Windows Server 2008 Exchange Server 2007 Windows SharePoint Services Windows Software Update Services Windows SBS Console Premium Server technologies Solution Checklist Support Summary When to migrate and when to perform a clean installation Only migrating a part of a system Why you have to migrate to SBS 2008? Fourteen steps of migration Doing two things at once Migrating from SBS 2003 to SBS 2008 on the same server 11 12 12 12 13 13 13 14 15 15 17 18 18 19 20 20 This material is copyright and is licensed for the sole use by Richard Ostheimer on 6th June 2009 2205 hilda ave., , missoula, , 59801 Chapter 13 To change the settings, perhaps to enable more spam to be quarantined rather than just deleted, you need to start the Exchange Management Console from the Start menu� Navigate to the Hub Transport under Organization Configuration and then select Anti-Spam in the main information pane [ 377 ] This material is copyright and is licensed for the sole use by Richard Ostheimer on 6th June 2009 2205 hilda ave., , missoula, , 59801 Introduction to SBS 2008 Management It is worth looking at all the options; however, the Content Filtering option has the most useful settings to be changed Select Content Filtering and then click on Properties to bring up the settings for the content filtering In the Action tab, you will see options for spam By default, spam is deleted, which makes me nervous that I might miss an important email, so I would recommend making a spam quarantine email account and directing all spam above or (the spam rating) into the quarantine and rejecting mail that is very spam like in content, such as With these settings, if someone thinks an email might have been rejected as spam, you can log into that account and check it out Poor performance Poor performance is a nightmare scenario for most people managing a server as tracking down the culprit can be very complicated and time consuming I am not about to be able to simplify it, so I wanted to give you a first pass glance at a system Start Performance Monitor from Administrative Tools on the Start menu����������� ��������������� to get an overview of what your server is doing [ 378 ] This material is copyright and is licensed for the sole use by Richard Ostheimer on 6th June 2009 2205 hilda ave., , missoula, , 59801 Chapter 13 Check each section to find out if it is particularly active CPU, Disk Active Time, and Networks Utilization that are close to 100% are signs of stress on your SBS 2008 system High Maximum Frequency and Used Physical Memory are not normally signs of problems A high Hard Fault/sec for memory is something to worry about, especially if it is tied with high Disk Active Time as this would suggest not enough memory However, even when you know what area of the system is under stress the action is very dependent on the cause If you are unsure how to take this further, talk to a Small Business Specialist Community Microsoft Partner to gain some assistance [ 379 ] This material is copyright and is licensed for the sole use by Richard Ostheimer on 6th June 2009 2205 hilda ave., , missoula, , 59801 Introduction to SBS 2008 Management Summary In this chapter, you should have started to get an idea about how to simple maintenance for your SBS 2008 server You will need to check the reports on a daily basis and then drill further into issues to resolve them before they become a showstopper for your business All areas of maintenance have been touched upon so that you should be able to perform basic maintenance for security issues, backups, storage, networking, email, and performance This means that you now not only have a working server and network, but you are able to maintain this solution This is not the end of the journey though; this is the beginning of running your business differently with the aid of new technology If it is not used and maintained, it may not deliver the benefits you hoped for I hope you have enjoyed this process as much as I have If you have questions, I can always be contacted through my web site—http://davidoverton.com, but be aware that I cannot answer all questions, although I try [ 380 ] This material is copyright and is licensed for the sole use by Richard Ostheimer on 6th June 2009 2205 hilda ave., , missoula, , 59801 Index Symbols 3rd party security certificates, network security assigning 266-268 importing 263-266 loading 263, 268 purchasing, using wizard 268-272 A Active Directory functionality level changing 42 raising 43, 44 administration tools Command Prompt run as administrator 348 Exchange Management Shell 347 Windows SBS Console 346 Windows SBS Console (standard mode) 346 Windows SBS Console (advanced mode) 346 Windows SBS Native Tools Management 346, 347 ADSI Edit tool 209 B backups, SBS 2008 configuring 273-278 test backup, running 278-280 C calendar managing 314 permission, for accessing 317 unavailable status, informing 322 using, for meeting schedules 318-321 viewing 315-318 checklist, SBS 2008 backup 14 Internet 14 network 14 remote devices 14 SBS Server 14 software 15 common troubleshooting problems external network 371, 372 internal network 372-376 poor performance 378, 379 spam 376-378 CompanyWeb SharePoint site, migration data extraction, from 2003 server 149 overview 147 starting with 148 tasks 148 computers, managing about 301 connecting, to network 301-308 pre-requisites, Windows Vista 302 pre-requisites, Windows XP 302 settings, configuring 307, 308 updates, checking with 308, 309 D data, OldCompanyWeb site database, re-attaching by command line 169, 170 database, re-attaching through user interface 170-172 importing 169 This material is copyright and is licensed for the sole use by Richard Ostheimer on 6th June 2009 2205 hilda ave., , missoula, , 59801 database, backing up about 156 user interface, using 157-160 via script 157 database, detaching purpose 160 script used 161 user interface, using 161-163 data extraction, CompanyWeb SharePoint site database, backing up 156 database, detaching 160 database files, copying 163 from 2003 server 149 users, adding to CompanyWeb 151 web site activity, terminating 155, 156 WSS v3 pre-scan tool, running 149-151 data storage, users email storage limits 298 managing 297 shared folder, settings 299, 300 users’ folder, redirecting 299 DHCP Settings 74 diagnosing issues, SBS 2008 management backup 354, 355 Event Log messages 370 Forefront updates 365-367 recovery 356 security 350-353 storage 368, 369 storage, movable data stores 369 DNS, configuring about 165 updating, through user interface 166-168 updating, via command line 165 DNS forwarders configuring 111, 113 Domain Registrar Transfers 101 ESEUTIL (Exchange Server Database Utility tool) 127, 128 Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2007 email migration about 123 database on SBS 2003 server, backing up 125-128 database on SBS 2003 server, validating 125-128 Exchange server public folders, moving from SBS 2003 to SBS 2008 139, 140 Internet connectors, removing from SBS 2003 128, 129 mailboxes, moving from SBS 2003 to SBS 2008 134-138 migration task, completing 140 Offline Address Book, moving from SBS 2003 to SBS 2008 130-133 POP3 connectors, migrating from SBS 2003 129, 130 SBS 2008 migration, initiating 124, 125 Exchange 2007 migration additional settings, updating 141 finishing 140 network, checking 142 Outlook Anywhere feature 144 SBS 2008 Outlook, configuring 142 Exchange Server 2007 12 existing server backing up 25, 26 F fax data migration about 203, 204 fax service, configuring 204-207 fax service, installing 201, 202 fax service, starting 203 locations 204 modem, installing 200, 201 file management about 324 information, searching on CompanyWeb 332 information, searching on Vista 332 Internal Web Site, accessing 324, 325 user file, recovering 333, 334 E email deleted email items, recovering 323, 324 Outlook 2003 connection, configuring 312-314 Outlook 2007 connection, configuring 312-314 scenarios 312 [ 382 ] This material is copyright and is licensed for the sole use by Richard Ostheimer on 6th June 2009 2205 hilda ave., , missoula, , 59801 file shares migration completing 196-198 instructions 192 preparing, on SBS 2003 system 193-196 Forefront trials, SBS 2008 installation installing 69 Internet domain name, configuring _autodiscover _tcp, setting 238 DNS settings, managing 236, 237 information configuration 238-242 issues, fixing with Internet Address Management 242-245 MX, setting 237 name, buying 238-242 new name, purchasing 234, 235 Remote, setting 237 SPF, setting 238 step in process 234 WWW, setting 237 ISA configuration 56 G group migration See  user migration Group Policy Management (GPO) tool 83, 84 group policy setting, Migration Wizard backup process 116, 117 cleaning up 113 group policy objects, removing 115-118 logon scripts, removing 114, 115 WMI filters, removing 119-121 L Line of Business (LOB)application migration about 221 C:\InetPub 222 C:\Program Files 222 network name 223 platform compatibility 222 SQL Server 222 Load Driver buttton 62 H health, SBS 2003 migration Active Directory, checking 24 Best Practice Analyzer 24 checking 24 I M installing SBS 2008 17, 63, 64 Internal Web Site, file management accessing 325 CompanyWeb deleted documents, recovering 331 document, checking in 330 document, checking out 330 document, opening 329 documents, uploading 326, 327 document via email, uploading 328, 329 Internet Access, Migration Wizard Configure the Internet section, finishing 109 configuring 98-101 configuring, items 98 DNS settings, self management 106-109 SBS 2008, selecting 101-106 Internet domain name, configuring 233 Migration Wizard getting started 89 working with 89 Migration Wizard, preparing to run folder redirection, changing 82-86 new administrator account, creating 86-89 tasks, checking before running 82 Migration Wizard, working with about 90 data storage location, changing 91-93 group policy setting, cleaning up 113 homepage 92 Internet Access, configuring 98-101 migration tasks 91 router IP address, changing 96 SBS 2003 network settings, migrating 109-112 SBS 2008 network , initial configuration 94-97 [ 383 ] This material is copyright and is licensed for the sole use by Richard Ostheimer on 6th June 2009 2205 hilda ave., , missoula, , 59801 N NET START DHCPSERVER command 28 network configuration, SBS 2008 about 27 single NIC to two NIC conversion 28 Network Interface Card See  NIC, changing network security, configuring 3rd party security certificates, loading 263, 268 firewall ports, configuring 262 network service, SBS 2008 assumptions 232 configuring 232 customer feedback option, selecting 232 email routing via smart hosts, enabling 246-248 Internet domain name, configuring 233 Office Live for Small Business, configuring 248 VPN, configuring 255-258 new site to host SBS 2003 data, OldCompanyWeb site activities 173 administrator settings, changing 181-184 creating 173 IIS, restarting 184 new IIS site, creating 173 new IIS site, script used 173 new IIS site, user interface used 174-176 WSS v3 site, configuring 176-181 WSS v3 site, creating 176-181 NIC, changing for SBS 2008 design requirements 27 NSLookup command 24 O Office Live for Small Business, SBS 2008 configuring 248-251 Live ID, providing 254, 255 signing up 252, 253 OldCompanyWeb site about 147 graphics files, copying 186, 187 constructing, trusted site on server 185 Task Complete option 189 web sites, renaming 187, 189 OldCompanyWeb site, SBS 2008 creating 164 data, importing 169 DNS, configuring 165 new site to host SBS 2003 data, creating 173 OneCare, SBS 2008 installation installing 69 Outlook 2003 See  also Outlook 2007 Outlook 2007 calendar,using for meeting schedules 318-321 calendar, viewing 315-318 calendar management 314 connection, configuring 313, 314 deleted email items, recovering 323, 324 information, finding 323 search option, using 323 unavailable status, informing 322 Outlook web-based email accessing 339 R recovery, diagnosing issues applications, recovering 359, 360 data, recovering 356, 357 file, recovering 356, 357 files, recovering 357, 358 whole disk volume, recovering 360, 361 whole system, recovering 361-365 remote access tools Outlook mobile access via ActiveSync 339 Outlook mobile access via Windows Mobile phones 339 Outlook web-based email, accessing 339 PC connecting, on SBS 2008 LAN 340, 342 PC connecting, via VPN 342 remote email 334 Remote Web Workplace 334 Remote Web Workplace, customizing 336-338 roles, users about 284 configuring 284 managing 284 Network Administrator 284 new roles, adding 284 [ 384 ] This material is copyright and is licensed for the sole use by Richard Ostheimer on 6th June 2009 2205 hilda ave., , missoula, , 59801 new user role, adding 285-289 new user role, redirected user folders 288 new user role, shared folders 288 quotas 284 Standard User 284 Standard User, with administrator links 284 S SBS 2003 about 18 migration systems 79 migration tool, running 49-51 software, updating 35 SBS 2003, software updates Exchange 2003 Service Pack 2, downloading 36 SQL Server Management Studio Express Service Pack 2, downloading 36 updates, installing 35-37 versions, checking 38 SBS 2003 migration about 17 clean install process 18 configuring, Best Practise Analyser tool used 45, 46 database files 23 email from exchange, removing 46, 47 existing server, backing up 25, 26 firewall security 56 health, checking 24 informing, users 24 line-of- business application migration, preparing 51, 52 migration tool, running 49-51 network security 56 permission, checking 48 plan, communicating 23 planning 23 Program files 23 SBS 2003 time synchronisation, preparing 49 SBS 2008 answer file, completing 52-55 tasks, required to perform 17, 18 to SBS 2008, need for 18 web files 23 Window SharePoint Service 23 SBS 2003 migration systems 21 day limitation 80 assumptions 79 process, following 80 UAC 81 SBS 2003 time synchronization, SBS 2003 migration preparing 49 SBS 2003 to SBS 2008 migration fax data migration 199 file shares migration 192 finishing with 223-228 group migration 208 Hyper-V, running on same system 21, 22 in virtual environment 58 Line of Business (LOB) application migration 221 need for 18 on same server 20, 21 steps 19, 20 user migration 208 SBS 2003 to SBS 2008 migration, on same server Hyper-V, running on same system 21, 22 installing, SBS 2008 on same box as 2003 22, 23 moving, SBS 2003 to temporary virtual environment 22 process, on same system 21, 22 SBS 2008 about 11, 18 calendar 311 computers, managing 301 connection, configuring 27 contact 311 DNS settings, updating 229 email 311 Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2007 email migration 123 Exchange Server 2007 12 features 11, 345 file management 324 installing 17, 57, 63, 64 making appear, to be SBS 2003 server 228 managing 345 need for Netbios settings, updating 229 [ 385 ] This material is copyright and is licensed for the sole use by Richard Ostheimer on 6th June 2009 2205 hilda ave., , missoula, , 59801 network service, configuring 232 OldCompanyWeb site, creating 164 Outlook web-based email, accessing 339 registry, updating 229, 230 remote access tools 334 SBS 2008 server, securing 261 SBS 2008 service, working with 311 security errors, avoiding 86 solution, checklist 14 support package 15 system, backing up 272, 273 users, managing 283 Windows SBS Console 13 Windows SharePoint Services 12 Windows Software Update Services 13 SBS 2008 installation about 57, 63, 64 administrator account creating 68 Company information, confirming 67 domain, naming 68 Forefront trials, installing 69 installation issues 70 installation issues, checking 71 installation issues, resolving 72, 73 IP addresses, setting up 73-78 network settings, for migrating systems 65, 66 OneCare, installing 69, 70 operating system, installing 58-62 sections 57 server, naming 68, 69 time, verifying 64, 65 updates, obtaining 66 SBS 2008 management adminstration tools 345 common troubleshooting problems 370 diagnosing issues 350 summary network report, creating 349 SBS 2008 server, securing assumptions 262 network security, configuring 262 OneCare, configuring 280-282 SBS 2008 service working with, as user 311 SBS Console home screen 231 server installation need for return on investment single NIC to two NIC conversion, network configuration DHCP, disabling 28 firewall, installing 28 network settings, checking 33, 34 router, checking 33 SBS 2003 network settings, re-configuring 29-32 Small Business Server 2008 See  SBS 2008 U UAC about 81, 82 prompts 81 prompts, example 81 UPnP routers reconfiguring 94 User Access Control See  UAC user migration migrating, users by role 216-218 new account roles, creating 213-215 remote access to computer, enabling 218, 219 SBS 2003 groups, modifying 209-213 steps 208 unwanted users, removing 219, 220 users, adding to CompanyWeb about 151 script command, downloading 151 script command used 151, 152 via web administration pages 152-155 users, managing adding 289, 290 data storage, managing 297 individual users, adding 293-297 multiple users, adding 290-293 password protection 292 roles, managing 284 tasks 283 [ 386 ] This material is copyright and is licensed for the sole use by Richard Ostheimer on 6th June 2009 2205 hilda ave., , missoula, , 59801 V Windows SharePoint Service 2.0 Service Pack usage, checking 41, 42 Virtual Private Network See  VPN VPN 342 VPN Server changing 33 versions, software updates NET framework 2.0 installation, checking 40 checking 38 exchange 2003 Service Pack installation, checking 39, 40 Microsoft Core XML Service version, checking 41 SBS 2003 - at Service Pack or greater, checking 38 Windows Server - at Service Pack or greater, checking 38 Windows SharePoint Service 2.0 Service Pack installation, checking 41, 42 W Windows SBS Console 13 Windows Server 2008 12 Windows SharePoint Services 12 Windows Software Update Services 13 [ 387 ] This material is copyright and is licensed for the sole use by Richard Ostheimer on 6th June 2009 2205 hilda ave., , missoula, , 59801 This material is copyright and is licensed for the sole use by Richard Ostheimer on 6th June 2009 2205 hilda ave., , missoula, , 59801 Thank you for buying Small Business Server 2008 Installation, Migration, and Configuration About Packt 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