Employee Productivity
Tracking Software

Use CurrentWare’s employee productivity tracking software to monitor productivity and see how your staff spends their time on work computers.

Easily see if employees are working and keep track of how much time is spent on unproductive web activity.

“Figuring out where we were losing productivity gave us a huge help when it came to increasing efficiency”

Larry Salvucci, IT Manager, Boston Centerless

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Why Use Employee Productivity Tracking Software?

CurrentWare’s employee productivity software BrowseReporter provides you with the insights you need to ensure that your team’s productivity is at its best no matter where they work.

BrowseReporter monitors the internet and application usage of your employees to provide an overview of how they are spending time at work and how they are engaging with technology in the workplace.

With BrowseReporter’s employee productivity tracking features you can track time spent on unproductive websites and applications. These user activity insights help you keep track of employee engagement in your business to make informed productivity management decisions, collect evidence of time theft, and encourage more productive time management practices.

Actively disengaged employees cost the U.S. up to $550 billion in lost productivity per year.1

Using employee productivity tracking software helps discover actively disengaged staff members so that they can be provided with the support and training they need to be successful.

64% of employees admit to visiting non-work related websites every day.2

Monitoring employee internet activity is essential for ensuring that excessive web browsing isn’t draining employee productivity by distracting them from their core tasks.

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75% of workers feel distracted at work; 16% feel that they’re almost always distracted.3

Context switching can cost up to 40% an employee’s productivity.4 Employee productivity tracking software helps identify workplace distractions so they can be dealt with.


Employee Computer Activity
Dashboards & Reports

BrowseReporter’s user activity dashboards and computer usage reports give you the insights you need to identify productivity leaks, detect excessive bandwidth usage, and improve business intelligence

Granular User Activity Data Dashboards

  • Review aggregated results of your entire workforce or drill down to individual users
  • Select the date range and activities you want to populate the dashboard with
  • Use the activity log to review raw data; add/remove columns, sort data, and export to .XLSX or .PDF
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BrowseReporter data dashboard calendar range selection
BrowseReporter data dashboard activity log
BrowseReporter Employee Productivity Report Graph
BrowseReporter Employee Productivity Report Graph

Productive vs Unproductive Web Browsing

  • Track how long users are away from their computers
  • View time spent on productive vs unproductive web browsing
  • Customize idle time based on last keyboard/mouse inputs

Idle Time Tracking

  • Track how long users are away from their computers
  • View time spent on productive vs unproductive web browsing
  • Customize idle time based on last keyboard/mouse inputs
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BrowseReporter data dashboard idle vs active time tracking
BrowseReporter Top 10 Domains by Active Browsing Time report with bar graphs.
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See What Websites are Browsed the Most

  • Find out what the top browsed productive, unproductive, and neutral websites are
  • See which groups are the most active internet users
  • Review what categories of websites are being visited

Monitor Bandwidth Consumption

  • Detect bandwidth hogging websites on your network
  • Review bandwidth usage trends to inform network capacity planning
  • See which individual users or groups have the greatest bandwidth usage
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BrowseReporter Employee Productivity Report Graph

Track Application Usage

  • Detect the use of unauthorized software applications
  • Find out what the most popular apps are and how long they're used for each day
  • Determine software adoption rates through user activity data

Track Employee Idle Time
and Computer Activity

Custom Inactivity Threshold

BrowseReporter’s computer activity reports let you see if an employee was using their computers. You can even see if a specific website was actively used or simply running in the background.

  • Monitor internet usage based on active time, idle time, and total time to see how long employees are away from their computers
  • Track active and idle times of employees based on how long it has been since they have used their mouse or keyboard
  • Start tracking employee idle time after their computer has been inactive for a set period of time
BrowseReporter's idle time tracking limit setting

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Take Screenshots of Employee Desktops

See exactly what your employees are doing on their computers.  BrowseReporter is an employee screen monitoring software that can automatically capture screenshots when specific websites or applications are used.

  • Capture high-resolution and compressed screenshots of your employee’s desktops
  • BrowseReporter can be configured to automatically delete older screenshots to reduce storage requirements
  • Screenshots are tagged with the website or application that was being used, the time, and the name of the computer

Monitor Employee Productivity

BrowseReporter’s detailed employee productivity reports provide managers with the activity data they need to better understand how in-house and remote team members are spending their time at work.

  • Find out if employees are wasting work time on social media, computer games, and other distractions
  • Track the productivity levels of your entire workforce, a specific team, and individual employees
  • Review the websites that were open during inactive periods to verify that idle time was spent on work-related tasks
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Track Login & Logout Times

Combine idle time tracking with enPowerManager’s logon history reports to get a full picture of your employee’s activity levels

  • Audit logon and logoff times to see how long your employee’s are working at their computers
  • Get a record of each time your employees startup, restart, and shutdown their computers
  • Verify that employees working from home are active during work hours and see when they are taking breaks

How to Improve Employee Productivity With CurrentWare

The CurrentWare Suite provides the visibility and control you need to boost productivity

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See How Employees Spend Their Time

Use our employee monitoring software BrowseReporter to track employee activity. Track idle time and internet usage to ensure that team members are focused on their projects and tasks.

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Monitor Remote Employees

See how your team members spend their time, no matter where they work. Use productivity analysis and automatic time tracking to verify that remote employees are working their expected hours.

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Enforce Computer Use Policies

Use our employee performance management software to control and monitor internet use. Easily prevent access to websites that are dangerous, unproductive, or inappropriate.

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Empower Human Resources

Use our employee monitoring software to collect evidence of inappropriate computer activity. Address undesirable behavior before it harms overall productivity and employee performance.

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Track Productivity to Deter Time Wasters

Workplace distractions are a major drain on productivity. Track time spent on unproductive websites to increase productivity and ensure your staff is on track when you assign tasks.

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Optimize Project Management

Track idle time trends to find out which departments are underutilized or overutilized. Identify opportunities for growth and areas where work processes need to be adjusted.

Case Study

Shady Maple Transforms Their Business With Employee Productivity Tracking Software

Shady Maple found CurrentWare during a significant period of growth in their business. As their user count grew, Shady Maple knew that they needed an employee productivity tracking solution that was scalable.

Their old ways of managing employee internet abusemanually checking each employee’s computer individually and hoping that they didn’t clear out their web historywould no longer be a sustainable workforce productivity tracking solution.

Since implementing CurrentWare’s employee monitoring software BrowseReporter, Shady Maple’s employee productivity has skyrocketed.  Thanks to the central console Shady Maple could track the internet browsing of their entire workforce from a single device. CurrentWare’s ease of use and automated reporting made the employee monitoring and time tracking tool accessible for use by managers, HR, and IT personnel alike.

CurrentWare’s robust employee monitoring software client agent maintained the integrity of the automatic time tracking and browsing data even when team members deleted their browser’s web history, providing Shady Maple with accurate and actionable information about employee browsing habits.

Commonly abused websites and applications were effortlessly blocked from being accessed. Workers that needed access to blocked content for legitimate work purposes could be readily exempted from CurrentWare’s content filtering policies. 

Thanks to CurrentWare’s employee productivity tracking software, Shady Maple’s network performance has dramatically improved and their workforce has regained focus on their core tasks. The HR department suddenly gained the ability to increase productivity with tangible evidence of staff who had been underperforming.

“Being able to identify negative browsing trends and put a stop to them within a couple of hours has meant that our employees are focused on the job almost all of the time. We have become an extremely efficient workforce.”

Kevin Porsche

IT Admin, Shady Maple


Network Congestion

Employee internet abuse drains the available bandwidth, harming the productivity & efficiency of the entire organization.

Excessive Cyberloafing

Actively disengaged staff members wasted excessive amounts of time on unproductive websites, sneakily hiding their browsing habits.

Inefficient AUP Enforcement

Each employee’s computer is manually checked for evidence of misuse, wasting valuable time. Evidence of internet abuse is easily hidden.


Fast & Stable Internet

Our tracking software shows who is wasting work hours on unproductive websites. Bandwidth hogs are blocked and team members are coached on acceptable use policies.

Focused Employees

The insights from our tracking software helps boost productivity by improving time management, task management, and tracking productivity trends.

More Resources For Core Tasks

The central console makes using our employee monitoring software simple and convenient. This increased efficiency allows work hours to be invested where it matters most.

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See What Else Our Customers Have to Say

Whether it be monitoring and restricting employee internet use to enforce company policies, blocking USB file transfers to protect sensitive data against theft, or remotely controlling PC power states to save money CurrentWare has played an integral part in keeping our customers secure and productive.

“We needed to control internet access to enforce our web usage policies across the organization. In CurrentWare, I found a solution that fulfilled the criteria of my entire project within a single suite of software.”

Larry Salvucci

IT Manager, Boston Centerless

“Being able to identify negative browsing trends and put a stop to them within a couple of hours has meant that our employees are focused on the job almost all of the time. We have become an extremely efficient workforce.

Kevin Porsche

IT Admin, Shady Maple

“We’ve tried using other software for our employee monitoring but it was a pain to work with. BrowseReporter was simple to use and gave us exactly what we needed. I can easily see exactly what sites people are visiting, when they visit them, and how long they stay there.”

Aaron Siegel

Network Administrator, Sessions & Kimball LLP

“This software is very easy to set up and use on a daily basis. The value for the cost is excellent and the best we have ever used for controlling access to the internet.

Ken W.

IT Manager, Shoreline Sightseeing


Stop Misuse of the Internet in the Workplace

Monitoring and controlling employee internet use is essential for enforcing internet use policies, keeping team members focused, and protecting your network against insider threats.

 Cyberloafing—also known as cyberslacking— is when an employee surfs the web for reasons that are not related to their job. This includes using workplace internet for personal use, playing computer games, and browsing social networking sites. The internet is a powerful tool for boosting productivity, but it can also be a significant workplace distraction. Social networking sites, news, shopping, and sports websites are all tempting distractions throughout the work day.

The majority of employees visit non-work related websites every day at work 5

  • 39% spend one hour or less per week
  • 29% spend 2 hours per week
  • 21% waste five hours per week
  • 3% said they waste 10 hours or more doing unrelated activities

71% of staff members surveyed believe that short breaks throughout the day help boost their productivity. 6

Reasonable amounts of cyberloafing can have a positive impact on employee productivity, but only so long as it does not consume more than 12% of an employee’s work time. 7

CurrentWare’s employee productivity tracker gives you the employee activity monitoring and automatic time tracking features you need to ensure that your team members aren’t getting distracted from their projects and tasks.

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Why do workers cyberloaf in the workplace? 8

  • 34% say they are not challenged enough
  • 34% say they work long hours
  • 32% say there are no incentives to work harder
  • 30% are unsatisfied with their employment
  • 23% say they’re bored at work
  • 18% say it’s due to low wages

How to Reduce Cyberloafing in the Workplace

Method 1

Employee Productivity Tracker

Provide workers with greater autonomy by allowing them to browse non-work websites as they see fit. Using the employee productivity reports you can track productive and unproductive web browsing to boost employee performance.

Starting at $2.99 USD per license/month

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Method 2

Block Unproductive Websites

45% of IT pros in a Spiceworks survey block websites to increase employee productivity. 9 If the work productivity reports indicate that certain websites are becoming a distraction, you can use BrowseControl web filtering software to prevent access to them.


Starting at $2.99 USD per license/month

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Method 3

Internet Use Policies

Workplace policies are essential for communicating company standards. With an acceptable use policy, you can outline what is acceptable (and unacceptable) on workplace computers.

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BrowseReporter lets you know what employees are up to. We are able to make sure employees are not spending extra work time on the internet, and if there is an issue we have the documentation to prove.”

– Ken W.
IT Manager

BrowseReporter is the most important tool in my company for increasing employee productivity. It provides comprehensive reports that help me keep track of my employees’ web browsing activities. It’s easy to use and setup.”

– Stanley K.
IT Director

Monitor Employee Productivity
Without Sacrificing Privacy

When using productivity management software to monitor your employees it’s important to be aware of the potential privacy concerns that they may have. BrowseReporter includes a variety of privacy-enhancing features to help you monitor employee productivity transparently.

BrowseReporter’s End-User Reports

How does it work?

This optional feature provides your employees with on-demand access to BrowseReporter’s employee productivity tracker. They can use the same insights you have to track their productivity, improve project management, and track time spent on the internet.

To access the end-user reports dashboard, your employees simply need to click the CurrentWare icon that appears in their computer’s system tray and open the dashboard.

Transparency: Employees can clearly see exactly what user activity is being captured when they work on a monitored device.

Security: Employees are only shown their tracking information; they have no access to the admin console or their coworkers’ employee productivity dashboard.

Autonomy: With on-demand access to their user activity reports your employees can use BrowseReporter to self-manage their productivity.

“The employees find the reports to be an extremely helpful self-analysis tool. They use the reports to analyze and reconfigure their priorities!”

Kevin Porsche, IT Admin, Shady Maple Farm Market

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Monitoring Software Alerts

Display a custom message to notify your employees that their internet and application activity is being monitored.

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Show in System Tray

Enable this feature to make the CurrentWare Client visible in the system tray of your employee’s computers.

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Schedule Monitoring

Schedule productivity tracking to only monitor employees’ productivity during designated hours. Turn off time tracking and user activity monitoring during non-work hours.

Tracking scheduler screenshot. Monitoring employees from 9-12pm and 1-5pm

Restrict Access

Restrict access to employee work reports with a password-protected console and unique access permissions for each manager. Easily provide access on an as-needed basis.

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Flexible Deployment Options

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On Premises

Easy to install. Everything stored on your own network.

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Remote Workers

Connect remote users with minimal configuration.

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Private Cloud

All the benefits of the cloud on a server of your choice.

Software Employee Productivity Monitoring & Management Features

Internet Off

Internet ON/OFF

Disable or enable the Internet with the click of a button.

Internet Off

URL Filter

Create allowed lists and blocked lists for specific URLs.

Internet Off

Category Filtering

Block websites based on categories such as social media.

Internet Off

Internet Scheduler

Schedule unique Internet restrictions throughout the day

Internet Off

Computer Monitoring

Track application usage to detect misuse or unsanctioned software

Internet Off

Internet Monitoring

Determine URLs visited and the time spent on each website

Internet Off

Application Blocker

Block users from launching Windows applications and programs

Internet Off

Email Reports

Get employee activity reports sent to your inbox

CurrentWare’s Software Solutions

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Device Control Software

  • Block unsanctioned portable storage devices
  • Add trusted devices to an Allowed List
  • Audit USB file operations to track data in motion
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Content Filtering Software

  • Block websites based on URL, IP, and category
  • Close unused or high-risk network ports 
  • Stop users from launching specific applications
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User Activity Monitoring

  • Monitor internet and application use
  • Choose from 15+ detailed user activity reports
  • Get automated alerts of computer policy violations
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Remote Power Management

  • Audit login times for suspicious activity
  • Remotely control computer power states
  • Schedule shutdowns to prevent off-hours access

Best Practices for Monitoring Employee Productivity

Be Transparent About Monitoring

Employees that are not aware that they are being monitored, why they are being monitored, and how they are being monitored are less likely to find employee monitoring acceptable.  

Covertly monitoring employees risks harming morale, eroding trust, and—ironically—harming employee productivity. The majority of workplace privacy laws even require that employers notify their employees about data collection.

Being transparent about employee monitoring provides employees with the opportunity to learn how productivity monitoring will be used for their benefit. It’ll also allow them to voice any concerns they may have about how the employee productivity tracking software will be used.

  • Allow employees to access their reports so they can monitor and see what the time tracking tool is capturing.
  • Disclose the scope of productivity monitoring during onboarding and within employee handbooks/policies.
  • Have employees sign a workplace privacy policy that informs them about what the tracking tool is collecting, how it will be used, and the purpose for the collection.

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Set Clear Expectations

Your employees need to understand what is expected of them. What productivity metrics will be used to measure their performance? Are work computers allowed to be used for personal tasks? Is a manageable amount of non-work web browsing allowed so long as they are meeting their KPIs?

Use Tracking Software Fairly

Employee productivity monitoring is best received when it is used for learning and developmental purposes. 10

Using a productivity tracker to micromanage employees, perform automated assessments, or single out individual employees is a surefire way to cultivate negative employee sentiment.

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Protect Time Tracking Reports From Misuse

Employee productivity monitoring software captures potentially sensitive data such as search engine queries and web browsing history.

If this information is leaked to unauthorized parties or used for an inappropriate purpose it can become a serious privacy issue for employees.

For this reason, the employee productivity tracker must be secured in the same way that any other form of sensitive information would be protected.

This includes limiting who has access to the time tracking reports, keeping the time tracking information stored in a secure location, and ensuring that any user with access to the employee productivity tracker understands their security and privacy responsibilities

Know the Limits of an Employee
Productivity Tracker

An employee productivity tracker provides excellent insights into productive and unproductive computer usage, but there are limits to tracking tools.

For example, employees may have job-adjacent tasks that have them spend time away from their computers; this idle time is still productive as the employees are working.

Employees may also be using unmonitored personal devices for non-work web browsing, making them appear more focused than they actually are.

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“We block clearly objectionable websites, but we wanted a way to see how our people spent their time on the rest of the internet. The Sites Visited report is great, it provides the exact details we’re looking for.

Aaron Siegel

Network Admin, Sessions & Kimball LLP

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Employee Productivity Software FAQ

Are There Any Limits to the Free Trial?

The free trial of our employee productivity tracking software is fully functional. You can deploy it on up to 10 computers for 14 days.

If you need more time or more computers to properly evaluate the best employee productivity tracking software for your organization, reach out to our support team.

Does CurrentWare Have Access to Employee Productivity Data?

No. CurrentWare’s employee productivity tracking software does not send your user’s time tracking or computer usage data to CurrentWare. They are installed and managed by your organization.

Your employees’ productivity data is stored on a database that is installed in your organization’s cloud-based or on-premises data center.

For more information please refer to our Terms of Service.

Will My Employees Know They Are Being Monitored?

Depending on the needs of your environment and the laws of your jurisdiction you can opt to deploy BrowseReporter with or without its transparency-enhancing features enabled.

When using employee productivity monitoring and time tracking software to manage employees’ productivity the best practice is to inform them of what you will track and how that tracking data will be used to evaluate their performance.

Stealth Employee Monitoring

BrowseReporter operates in stealth mode by default.

In stealth mode, the CurrentWare Client is not visible in the system tray or control panel of the employee’s computer. Your employee will not be able to uninstall the CurrentWare client or prevent it from running.

Transparent Employee Monitoring

BrowseReporter includes a variety of transparency-boosting features to help your employees remain aware that their computer activity is being monitored in the workplace.

  • Monitoring Notifications: Display a custom message that periodically reminds your employees that their internet and application activity is being monitored by BrowseReporter
  • Show In System Tray: Enable this feature to make the CurrentWare Client visible in the system tray of your employee’s computers.
  • End-User Reports: Enable this feature to give your employees access to their own computer activity data. This lets them see exactly what internet and application usage data is being shared.

Can I Use Your Employee Productivity Software With Remote Workers?

Yes. CurrentWare’s employee productivity tracking software solutions support a variety of deployment options that allow you to monitor employee computer activity and block websites no matter where they work.

To learn more about using employee productivity tracking software with remote workers, visit this article: How to use remote employee productivity tracking software

Is This a Cloud Solution?

No, our employee productivity solutions are not cloud-native. At this time they will continue to be offered exclusively for on-premises deployments, however, you can install CurrentWare’s software on a cloud platform of your choice with our private cloud option.

How Can I Start Tracking Employee Productivity?

  1. Download & install BrowseReporter employee productivity software
    Download the files for your free employee productivity monitoring software trial. On the administrator’s computer, run CurrentWare.exe to begin your installation.


  2. Deploy the software clients
    Deploy the CurrentWare Client (cwClientSetup.exe) on all the computers you want to monitor. You can deploy the client with a local install or by using Active Directory, SCCM, or our built-in remote deployment tool.


  3. Start tracking your workforce
    After the installation you will see all of your employee’s computers on the CurrentWare Console. From this console you can run detailed reports on all of your employees’ computer activities.

    Who Uses This Employee Productivity Monitoring Software?

    CurrentWare has a global client base across a variety of industries including government, healthcare, finance, nonprofit, and manufacturing.

    CurrentWare’s customers protect their business against time theft, data leakage, and web-based threats by monitoring and controlling employee computer use.

    Read our employee productivity monitoring software customer case studies to learn more.

      Will BrowseReporter Continue Monitoring Employees When They Leave the Network?

      Yes. The client agent has the ability to monitor employee computer activity even if it loses connection to the CurrentWare Server. This makes the CurrentWare Suite the best productivity management software for remote work.

      When a user disconnects from the network the client agent’s offsite management features will store their activity data locally on their computer. Once they reconnect to your network their data will be synced to the CurrentWare server.

      Note: If you wish to get activity data from employee computers that are outside of the network, they will need to be able to communicate with the CurrentWare Server. Once a connection is reestablished you will receive your employee’s computer usage data and any CurrentWare policy updates will take effect.

      Learn More: How to Set Up CurrentWare’s Employee Productivity Tracking Software for Off-Site Workers

        Is It Legal to Use Employee Productivity Software?

        When determining how employee productivity software will be used in your organization it is important to understand the potential privacy implications for your employees and what factors influence your right to monitor employee computer activity. 

        Depending on your jurisdiction and the jurisdiction of your employees you may have legal obligations to fulfill before monitoring employees in the workplace.

        The best practice is to consult with a legal professional before implementing employee performance monitoring and employee time tracking software.

        Most workplace privacy and employee monitoring laws require you to be transparent about data collection. This includes informing employees about what is being monitored, how their data will be protected, and how it will be used.

        Learn more: The Best Practices for Using Employee Productivity Monitoring Software

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