Bosch VIDOS Installation guide

VIDOS Server
Installation and Operating Manual
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Release: September 2006 (Software version 1.10)
© Copyright 2006 Bosch Security Systems
Note
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content of the document can change without notice. Bosch Security Systems
accepts no liability for damage resulting directly or indirectly from faults,
incompleteness or discrepancies between the document and the product
described.
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Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
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About this manual. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
VIDOS Server. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Chapter 2 Installation and Starting
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Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Starting the program. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
License . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Chapter 3 Setting up the Server
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The server system concept . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Configuration using the Configuration Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Chapter 4 User Administration
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Groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Users . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Chapter 5 Server Administration
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Server. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
User administration server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Backup server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Chapter 6 Logging
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Chapter 7 Device Administration
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Device assignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Privileges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Chapter 8 Information on Working on the Client
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Local access. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Chapter 9 Contacts and Service (Address)
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Contact address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Service and support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
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About this manual
This manual is intended for persons who will configure a VIDOS client/server
system. The manual describes how to set up the VIDOS Server program
component.
This document assumes that you are familiar with the VIDOS system and with
the VIDOS and Configuration Manager programs.
Conventions in this manual
The following symbols and notations highlight important situations and
information:
Warning!
Security instructions where non-compliance can result in loss of data are
marked with this symbol.
Note
This symbol indicates special features and provides tips and information
for easier, more convenient use of the software.
Terms that you can find in the program, e.g. menu options or commands, are
written in bold.
References to other documents or other points in this document are written in
SMALL CAPITALS.
If you have any questions about the programs from the VIDOS Pro Suite, you
can find further information on the Internet at:
www.vidos.net
There, you will also find information about new releases or manual versions. You
can also submit your suggestions and comments relating to this document so
that these can be taken into account for future editions.
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VIDOS Server
VIDOS Server is responsible for the central administration of users and devices
in a VIDOS system. A central logging database can be created on the server.
The program can be installed on additional PCs, where it acts as a backup
server.
In a VIDOS system that is set up with one or more servers, the intention is that
users and devices will no longer be managed locally on VIDOS client PCs.
System requirements for operation of VIDOS Server:
Operating system: Windows XP Professional/Windows 2003 Server
CPU:
Minimum Pentium IV, 2.0 GHz
RAM:
Minimum 256 MB
Graphics card:
VGA or SVGA compatible
Network adapter: 100 MBit
Software:
DirectX 9.0c
Hard disk space:
(for installation)
75 MB
Additional documentation
VIDOS Server is part of the VIDOS Pro Suite software package. Depending on
the configuration of your system, the following documentation may also be
useful:
Configuration Manager
This configuration program is part of every
VIDOS Server installation.
VIDOS
VIDOS Lite Viewer
VIDOS Archive Player
& Exporter
VIDOS Monitor Wall
You will need to purchase licenses for these
components of the VIDOS Pro Suite
according to your requirements. Each
program is explained in a separate
document.
Camera documentation
You obtain separate documentation for
each camera from the manufacturer.
VideoJet, VIP, etc.
NVR
You obtain documentation for each device
from Bosch. This explains the typical device
settings.
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Installation
VIDOS Server is installed as a component of the VIDOS Pro Suite software
package. The program CD comes complete with installation instructions (QUICK
INSTALLATION GUIDE).
VIDOS Server is typically installed on a PC on which no other VIDOS programs
(except Configuration Manager) are installed.
VIDOS Server requires the operating system Windows XP Professional or
Windows 2003 Server.
VIDOS Server can be installed on additional PCs if required. These then act as
a backup server. A backup server provides the user and device configuration in
the system if the main server breaks down or the connection fails.
VIDOS Server is set up using Configuration Manager.
In order to be able to connect a VIDOS client PC to the server, the IP address
of the server PC is entered in VIDOS (Global settings, for details refer to the
documentation for VIDOS).
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Starting the program
VIDOS Server is a service that is automatically started along with the computer's
operating system.
If the service is not started automatically, proceed as follows:
1. Right-click on the My Computer icon on the PC's desktop. Select Manage
from the popup menu.
You will see the Computer Management window.
2. Click on Services and Applications to expand the entry.
3. Click on Services.
All services will be listed on the right-hand side of the window.
Note
Alternatively: Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services
4. Find the entry for Vidos Server.
Note
If the Vidos Server service is not listed, VIDOS Server is not installed.
5. Right click on the Vidos Server entry and select Start or Restart.
To view the properties of a service, right click on it and select Properties from
the popup menu. Alternatively, you can set whether the service is
automatically or manually started and deactivated.
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License
After installation, the program initially runs as a demo version for a period of 30
days.
To activate a function that requires a license, you must generate activation keys.
This can be done online at www.vidos.net. To do this, you will require:
– The serial number of your VIDOS Server
– The installation codes, which are displayed in the License Viewer after
installing VIDOS Server (see below for details)
– The authentication code, which you will receive from your sales partner after
purchasing the required licenses
Alternatively, you can ask your sales partner to generate the activation keys. To
do this, give them the installation codes and the serial number and inform them
which license you require.
As for all programs in the VIDOS Pro Suite, the licenses for VIDOS Server are
managed using the License Viewer.
There are various ways to open the License Viewer:
– On the server PC, click on Start > All Programs.
Under VIDOS you will find the option VIDOS Server License Management.
– In Configuration Manager on the server PC, click on Help > About….
Then select the License tab and click on License Viewer.
The License Viewer window displays the Installation Codes.
Note
If you require further information, click on Help in the License Viewer
window.
You need a corresponding license for each PC on which you will be using the
program. VIDOS Activation codes are linked to the respective computer
hardware and cannot be used on other PCs.
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Setting up the Server
A VIDOS Server is set up using the Configuration Manager. By default, this
program is installed along with VIDOS Server. A corresponding icon can be
found on your desktop or in the Start menu in the VIDOS program group.
The server system concept
In a VIDOS system, the server is responsible for the administration of:
– Users and their authorizations
– Devices
Administration of these resources cannot be accessed from a VIDOS client.
Additional servers can be set up in a system.
Server
VIDOS client
Video sender
Server
Backup server
User administration
server
Server
Video sender
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A VIDOS client that is integrated into a server system no longer provides local
user administration. The license for such a client differs from the license for a
stand-alone VIDOS PC that is operated without server support.
Upgrades
To expand existing VIDOS systems with a server to become a client/server
application, it is not necessary to set up client licenses for the VIDOS
workstations. Each licensed VIDOS workstation automatically has access to a
server and can operate as a client. This enables simple and fast migration.
Users in the server system
Users are created on the server using Configuration Manager. Only users that
have been set up on the server can log in on the VIDOS client. The only
exception to this is the user admin, who always has local access to the VIDOS
client.
Devices in the server system
Authorizations for each device and each camera are specified separately for
individual user groups on the server. In the system, users can only see the
devices for which they have been assigned the corresponding authorization.
Server connection information
To edit the configuration of the server, you must use the Configuration Manager
to connect to the VIDOS Server (File > Connect to server…). You are then
prompted to enter your user name and password.
This connection is maintained until you either close the Configuration Manager
or disconnect (File > Disconnect from server).
You do not need to use the Configuration Manager installed on the server PC.
You can use a Configuration Manager on any other PC, as long as a connection
to the server PC can be established via the network.
The connection between a client and the server is established using the
Configuration Manager on the client PC. This connection is maintained if the
Configuration Manager is closed on the server PC.
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Configuration using the Configuration Manager
1. Start the Configuration Manager on any computer in the VIDOS system.
To do this, click on the icon on the desktop:
2. Select File > Connect to server….
You will see the Connect to server dialog box:
3. Select the IP address of the server.
4. The first time you start, log in with the following user data:
User:
Password:
srvadmin
vidos
Note
Change the password immediately to prevent unauthorized access to the
server! See below for details.
5. On the left-hand side of the Configuration Manager screen, select the
System tab.
6. In the tree structure, click on Applications > VIDOS Server.
In the right-hand window, you can access three tabs, which you can use to
make all the settings for the connected VIDOS Server.
7. Select the desired tab.
8. After editing a tab, click on Set to save the changes in the system.
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In the Configuration Manager open the Access tab, as described on page 11.
This is where you create user groups and users for the entire VIDOS system:
Groups
Every VIDOS user belongs to a user group. Authorizations are assigned to a
user group. If you change the authorizations for a group, this changes the
authorizations for all users in the group.
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You can set up a maximum of 32 groups containing any number of users.
1. Under Groups, click on Add.
You will see the Group dialog box:
2. Give the user group a name.
3. Select the Priority that you want the group members to have in the system.
The higher the inserted number the higher is the priority.
Note
Users with a higher priority have the right to take over control of a camera
from users with lower priority. Incorporating users into a hierarchy of this
kind prevents two people from being able to simultaneously control a
camera.
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4. Assign the desired authorizations to the group. To assign an authorization,
click in the box in front of the corresponding entry. A check indicates the
actions that the user is permitted to perform.
Select one, several or none of the following authorizations:
Authorization
Explanation
Use VIDOS
permissions
If a user group with an identical name has already been
created locally on the VIDOS client, this user group
retains the authorizations that have been assigned
locally under VIDOS. User groups that are not created
locally are assigned the authorizations created here.
Close application
Permitted to exit VIDOS.
Close full screen
Permitted to close a full screen view.
This gives the user – possibly limited – access to VIDOS.
Configuration
Has access to the Configuration window.
This authorization allows editing of site maps, work
areas and salvos.
The Configuration window still provides access to the
local user administration. It is where the initial work area
is specified. Work areas and site maps are not saved by
the server.
Connection menu
Has access to the full popup menu for the monitor
window. Is authorized to connect cameras and salvos to
monitor windows using the popup menu or to break
connections.
However, it is not possible to make connections using
Drag&Drop.
Modify preset
Permitted to edit presets.
Recording menu
Has access to the Recording menu.
If you do not select any authorizations, users belonging to this group can only
view the predetermined connections. These users only have access to a
limited popup menu from the monitor window (e.g. Snapshot, Zoom).
5. Click on OK.
A new user group is created.
6. Click on Set to save the changes in the system.
Note
To edit the authorizations, priority or name of a user group, select the
corresponding group and then click on Edit.
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Users
Once you have created user groups, create users.
1. Under Users, click on Add.
You will see the User dialog box:
2. Enter a name for the user.
3. Enter the password and confirm it.
Note
During authentication, the user must be aware that the user name and
password are case sensitive.
4. Select a user group.
5. Click on OK.
The dialog box is closed. The user is created.
6. Click on Set to save the changes in the system.
Note
To change a user's password or group membership, select the
corresponding user and then click on Edit.
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User administration information
You can delete users and user groups. However, if a user is logged into a VIDOS
client, he can continue using VIDOS until a new user logs in on that client. It is
then no longer possible to log in again as the deleted user.
The user groups admin and servers cannot be deleted.
A user group can only be deleted if no users belong to it.
The admin user group always contains at least one user.
Only users that belong to the admin group can edit the server configuration.
A user or user group does not need to be created on a VIDOS client in order to
be able to log in there. The entry on the server is sufficient. As soon as a user
created on the server logs in on the VIDOS client, the corresponding group and
the user are created on the client. The user is created temporarily and the user
group is retained.
If you want to connect the VIDOS server to other VIDOS servers, you will need
a user belonging to the servers group. The user name and password should be
entered in the settings for server-server connections.
A backup server expects the user backup to exist on the master server.
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Server Administration
The VIDOS Server program is also installed on PCs that are integrated into the
system as backup or user administration servers:
– Backup server
A backup server replaces the server if it breaks down. Changes made to the
configuration for the server are automatically transferred to the backup
server.
– User administration server
You can set up a separate server exclusively for central user administration.
This user administration server only manages users, not devices. A user
administration server can also be backed up by a user administration backup
server.
Settings assigned to the respective PC by its role as a backup or user
administration server are made on the Server tab. Open this tab in the
Configuration Manager as described on page 11:
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Server
Lists other VIDOS Server that are integrated into the system in addition to the
server currently connected and to which you want this server to connect.
Connected VIDOS clients have access to devices that are set up on one of these
servers.
1. Click on Add.
You will see the Server dialog box:
2. Enter the URL of the server you want to add. Typically, this is the IP address.
3. Enter the name and password used for this connection.
4. Click on OK.
5. Click on Set to save the changes in the system.
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User administration server
If users are to be centrally managed on a server in a VIDOS system, enter the
URL (IP address) of the user administration server here.
If necessary, enter the IP address of the servers that provide a backup for user
administration. Leave the corresponding fields blank if you are not using a user
administration backup server.
Enter the user name and password. The user must belong to the servers group
and be created on the user administration server.
This setting is not made on the user administration server itself. There, the fields
remain blank.
Note
Confirm each change and entry you make by clicking on Set. The changes
then take effect.
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Backup server
A backup server ensures that user data and devices are still available in the
system if a main server breaks down or the connection fails.
If the currently connected server itself is used as the master server, these fields
remain blank:
If the currently connected server itself is used as the backup server, enter the IP
addresses of the PCs for which you want it to act as backup server (Master 1
and Master 2).
For each connection, enter the password for the user backup. The user backup
must be created on the master server and belongs to the servers group.
Note
Confirm each change and entry you make by clicking on Set. The changes
then take effect.
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Events from VIDOS clients are logged on the server, e.g. camera connections.
Server events are also logged.
By default, the MSDE database used for this purpose is installed along with
VIDOS Server and is pre-configured for immediate entry of data.
You can change the settings for this database in the Configuration Manager. To
do this, open System > General > Logging, as described on page 11:
After installation, vidospro is entered as the ODBC name and user.
The password is vidos.
Note
Change the password immediately to prevent unauthorized access to the
server!
Under Minimum number of days to keep log entries, the default value is 0
(zero). This setting means that all logged data is permanently saved.
If you only want the logged data to remain saved for a particular period of time,
enter a different figure.
If you do not want to use logging, delete the entries for the ODBC name, user
and password. This deactivates logging.
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Device Administration
In a VIDOS system, the VIDOS Server is responsible for central device
administration. You use the Configuration Manager to add devices to the
system, synchronize the settings of several devices and to give or deny users
selective access to devices.
Note
While you are editing settings for devices, the Configuration Manager
should not be started on connected clients or on other servers.
Likewise, the setting pages of the web browser interface for a device
should not be accessed simultaneously at any point in the system.
Only the devices that have been added to the system by a server and for which
the logged in user has access authorization are displayed on a VIDOS client.
Device assignment
1. Start the Configuration Manager on any computer in the VIDOS system.
2. Connect to the server (details on page 11).
The Network list shows all the devices found in the system.
3. If necessary, click on Refresh.
4. Select the Devices list and then click on Edit….
You will see the Device assignment dialog box.
5. Drag devices you want to be available in the system from the left to the righthand side of the dialog box using Drag&Drop.
Note
For more details, refer to the separate CONFIGURATION MANAGER
documentation.
6. Click on OK.
Assigned devices are now displayed on the VIDOS clients.
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Privileges
Access to devices is specified separately for each device with reference to each
user group.
1. On the left-hand side of the Configuration Manager screen, select the
Devices list and select a device.
2. In the right-hand side Configuration Manager window, select the Privileges
tab.
All user groups created on the server are listed in the first column of the table.
3. Place a check in the Device column if you want users from this group to have
access to this device.
Typically, most client users are given access to an NVR.
4. Right click in one of the cells and select the authorization for the respective
camera for the respective user group from the popup menu.
5. You can configure entire columns or rows uniformly by clicking in the
respective header and selecting the desired setting from the popup menu.
6. Click on Set to save the changes in the system.
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The following access privileges can be set for cameras:
Color
Privilege
Live viewing - Live video data can be displayed.
yellow
green
blue
View and PTZ control - Video data can be displayed and the camera
can be controlled.
Overrule - Video data can be displayed and the camera can be
controlled.
The user with this privilege is given access to the camera even if
another user is currently using it exclusively. However, he does not
have the option of using the camera exclusively himself.
This setting can be used to enable a leading security officer with
higher priority to control a camera with precedence over a normal user
in case of an alarm, even if the user is actually using that camera
exclusively.
No access - The user group has no access to the respective camera.
red
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Information on Working on the Client
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When working on a VIDOS client, note the information listed here.
Local access
The license for a VIDOS client in a server-based system is different than that for
a VIDOS installation with no server.
A VIDOS workstation that is integrated into a client/server system only provides
limited local access.
If the client is connected to the server (Global settings > Server), local access
is only possible by logging in as admin with the corresponding password.
You can log in as the admin user on the client PC to:
– Make any necessary changes to the IP address of the server used
– Create and edit site maps and work areas
– Configure alarm management
Connection information
To find out which server is currently being used, click on Help > About… in
VIDOS.
If a server is not available at login, the user is connected to a backup server. If
the server breaks down during operation and the system switches to a backup
server, members of the admin user group receive a message. Take this
message as a cause for checking the availability of the server.
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Contact address
Bosch Sicherheitssysteme GmbH
Robert-Koch-Straße 100
85521 Ottobrunn
Germany
E-mail:
Internet:
de.securitysystems@bosch.com
www.bosch-sicherheitssysteme.de
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Service and support
If you have any questions about the programs from the VIDOS Pro Suite, you
can find further information on the Internet at:
www.vidos.net
Technical support is available from:
Americas
Bosch Security Systems
130 Perinton Parkway
Fairport, New York, 14450, USA
Phone:
Fax:
+1 585 223 4060
+1 585 223 9180
E-mail:
Internet:
security.sales@us.bosch.com
www.boschsecurity.us
Europe, Middle East, Africa
Bosch Security Systems B.V.
P.O. Box 8000
25600 JB Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Phone:
Fax.
+31 (0)40 27 83955
+31 (0)40 27 86668
E-mail:
Internet:
emea.securitysystems@bosch.com
www.boschsecurity.com
Asia-Pacific
Bosch Security Systems Pte Ltd
38C Jalan Pemimpin
Singapore 577180
Phone:
Fax:
+65 6319 3450
+65 6319 3499
E-mail:
Internet:
apr.securitysystems@bosch.com
www.boschsecurity.com
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Index
A
L
Access (tab) ................................. 13
License Viewer .............................. 7
Access authorizations .................. 27
Local access ................................ 29
Access to devices ........................ 26
Logging (tab) ............................... 23
Activation code .............................. 7
Activation key ................................ 7
admin (user group) ...................... 17
admin (user name) ................10, 29
Authentication code ....................... 7
Authorizations .............................. 13
Close application .................... 15
Close full screen .................... 15
Configuration .......................... 15
Connection menu ................... 15
Modify preset ......................... 15
Recording menu ..................... 15
Use VIDOS permissions ........ 15
B
backup (user name) ..................... 22
Backup server .............................. 19
N
Network (list) ............................... 25
O
Operating system .......................... 5
P
Priority (authorization) ................. 14
Privileges (tab) ............................ 26
S
Server (tab) ................................. 19
Server connection
disconnect .............................. 10
establish ........................... 10, 11
Server system ............................... 9
servers (user group) .................... 17
C
Configuration Manager .................. 4
Connection information ................ 29
Contact address .......................... 31
D
Documentation
additional .................................. 4
I
Service ........................................ 32
srvadmin (user name) .................. 11
Symbols ......................................... 3
System (list) ................................. 11
System requirements .................... 4
U
User administration server ........... 19
User group ................................... 13
Installation code ............................. 7
V
VIDOS Pro Suite ........................... 4
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Installation and Operating Manual | VIDOS Server
Bosch Security Systems | 2006-09 | V2.0
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