Release 624 (2023-02-08)


End of Support for Teramind Mobile Apps

We've officially stopped supporting Teramind Dashboard (Android) and Teramind Time Tracker (iOS) apps. After January 31, 2023, Teramind has stopped providing updates or technical support for these apps.

You can still access the Teramind Dashboard from a mobile device. It's fully mobile-ready and responsive.

New Features

Settings: New Security Settings for Enforcing a Password Policy

We have added a new, Password Policy section under the Settings > Security screen:


The settings under the Password Policy will help you enforce password rules to increase the security of your user accounts. These rules will be enforced whenever a user password is created or changed. Here's an explanation of each option:

  • MINIMUM PASSWORD LENGTH: is the minimum number of characters the password can have. The default value is 6.
  • MAXIMUM PASSWORD LENGTH: is the maximum number of characters allowed for the password. The default value is 64.
  • REQUIRE AT LEAST 1 NUMBER: if enabled, the user will be asked to enter a password that contains at least one number, e.g., 1, 2, 3.
  • REQUIRE AT LEAST 1 SPECIAL SYMBOL: if enabled, the user will be asked to enter a password that contains at least one special character, e.g., #, $, !, etc.
  • REQUIRE MIXED CASE LETTERS: if enabled, the password must contain at least one uppercase and one lowercase letter, e.g., A, a, B, b, etc. By default, it's disabled.
  • REQUIRE USERS TO RESET THEIR PASSWORDS: if enabled, the users will be asked to change their passwords to comply with the updated policy. By default, it's disabled and only shown if you make any changes to the other options.

Online Meetings: Support for WebEx (Web Version)

You can now track online meetings for the WebEx web version:


The meetings will show up as Webex under the Monitoring > Online Meetings (Applications column) but on the Employee > Activity Log report (Process/URL column), you will be able to see the actual process/URL of the meeting (e.g.,

BI Reports: Ability to Create Rules from the Filters

We have added a new CREATE BEHAVIOR RULE button on the Filter Panel of the BI Reports. This will help you create rules from the filters:


To use this feature:

  1. Open the Filter Panel on any BI report by clicking the Funnel mceclip1.png icon. Then, select or enter values in the filter fields.
  2. Press the CREATE BEHAVIOR RULE button near the top right corner. This will open a pop-up window showing a preview of the rule with the selected filters applied as rule criteria or conditions. Note that, any filters you choose that do not have any corresponding rule criteria/conditions will be ignored.
  3. Enter a name for the rule and select a policy/behavior group.
  4. Press the SAVE button to save the rule. You can then further adjust it from the Behavior Policies screen if needed.

BI Reports: New Grid Column Added to the Behavior Alerts Report

A new column, Matched triggers is added to the grid widget on the BI Reports > Behavior Alerts report. This column shows what triggered the rule and exactly what rule criteria and conditions were detected when the rule was violated:


This data point, along with the Description data point will help you better investigate a rule violation incident and gather more contextual insights.

Note that, this column works similarly to the SHOW TRIGGERS button on the (now deprecated) Behavior > Alerts report.

Behavior Rules: New Time Focused Conditions

Two new conditions, Time Focused and Total Time Focused are added to the Webpages and Applications Activity-based rules:


Here's how these two conditions work:

  • Time Focused: In the above example, if the user is active (e.g., keyboard/mouse is used) or just stays idle (no keyboard/mouse activity) while on for more than 10 minutes without switching to other webpages, tabs or apps, then the rule will be triggered.
  • Total Time Focused: This is similar to the above Time Focused condition but will add up all focus times during the day. In the above example, if the user is idle or active on for more than 30 minutes during the entire day then the rule will be triggered.

Monitoring Settings: Option to Disable the Password Manager of Known Browsers

Most modern browsers have a password manager that prompts you to save passwords from login forms on websites. While this is convenient, it's a security risk.

Teramind has introduced a new option, DISABLE BUILT-IN PASSWORD MANAGER OF KNOWN BROWSERS to disable built-in password managers in the browsers. You can access this option by clicking the ADVANCED button on the Monitoring Settings > monitoring profile screen:


Once enabled, it will disable the password-saving option on any supported browsers. The user will not be able to override the option. However, independent password managers such as LastPass will still work.

Note that, if the ALLOW APPLICATION RESTARTING option is enabled, Teramind will automatically restart any open browsers so that the DISABLE BUILT-IN PASSWORD MANAGER OF KNOWN BROWSERS setting can take effect automatically. Otherwise, you will have to manually restart the browsers.

Monitoring Settings: Option to Restart Applications when Monitoring Settings Change

A new option, ALLOW APPLICATION RESTARTING is added which can be accessed by clicking the ADVANCED button on the Monitoring Settings > monitoring profile screen:


  1. It allows you to automatically restart any open browsers when the DISABLE BUILT-IN PASSWORD MANAGER OF KNOWN BROWSERS setting has changed so that the setting can take effect automatically. Otherwise, you will have to manually restart the browsers.
  2. It also allows you to restart the Mozilla Firefox and Tor browsers to inject the proxy certificate (required to monitor web traffic). Otherwise, you will have to manually restart the browsers.

Setting: Option to Toggle SMTP Certificate Verification

We have added a toggle option, VERIFY SERVER CERTIFICATE on the Settings > SMTP screen:


If disabled, it will force the system to ignore any invalid certificates. This is useful when you want to use your own self-signed certificate which isn't trusted. Note that if you disable this option, the TRUSTED CERTIFICATE option will become hidden and you won't be able to upload any trusted CA certificate.

Overall UI: New Avatars, Icons and More

We have updated the user avatars to make them more modern and responsive:


We have also updated some of the menu items, icons, scrollbar, etc.:


Agent: New Option to Add Stealth Agent to the Installed Programs List on Windows

By default, Teramind Stealth/Hidden Agent isn't shown on the Windows list of installed programs (known as the Add or remove programs or ARP list). In this release, a new command line option TMADDENTRYTOARP is added to the installer. If used, it will allow you to add the Stealth/Hidden Agent to the installed programs list on Windows. For example:

msiexec /i teramind_agent_v6.0.47_x64.msi TMROUTER= TMADDENTRYTOARP=1

The result will look like this:


Agent: New Option to Change the Agent Name

Currently, the Agent name is dwm.exe. However, Windows also has a service with the same name for its Desktop Windows Manager. We've added a new command line parameter, TMAGENTEXE so that you can change the default Agent name to something else to make it more clear and avoid confusion with Windows' services. You can use the parameter when installing the Agent. For example:

msiexec /i teramind_agent_v0.1.260.3940_x64.msi TMROUTER= TMAGENTEXE=my_agent.exe

The Agent will then appear under the new name (e.g., "my_agent.exe") on the Windows Task Manager:


Agent: New Option to Anonymize / Obfuscate the Usernames

We have added the ability to obfuscate the usernames with an MD5 hash so that they are anonymized. This feature can be enabled with the new command line parameter, TMHASHUSERNAMES during the installation of the Agent. For example:

msiexec /i teramind_agent_v0.1.260.3940_x64.msi TMROUTER= TMHASHUSERNAMES=1

This will add a hash-user-names parameter to the Teramind configuration file (config.cfg). You can also manually add the line to the config file:

hash-user-names = 1

The user will then appear like the example below:


Agent: New Options to Configure the SOCKS Proxy

We have added several parameters to configure the SOCKS proxy when installing the Agent. You can also configure them from the Teramind configuration file (config.cfg):

Installer Parameter Config File Parameter Type Example
TMHTTPPROXY http-proxy String
TMSOCKSHOST socks-host String
TMSOCKSPORT socks-port String 1082
TMSOCKSUSER socks-user String test_user
TMSOCKSPASSWORD socks-password String test_pass
TMUSESOCKS5 use-socks5 Boolean 1

Here's an example:

msiexec /i teramind_agent_v5.0.0_x64.msi TMROUTER= TMSOCKSHOST=

Agent: New Option to Hide the Client IP During an RDP Session

Usually, when you connect to a computer over an RDP session, the Agent sends the IP address of the client to the server. However, for privacy or security reasons, you might not want to expose the client IP to the server.

We have added a command line option, TMHIDERDPCLIENTIP that will let you hide the client IP address from the server:

msiexec /i teramind_agent_v0.1.260.3940_x64.msi TMROUTER= TMHIDERDPCLIENTIP=1

It will simply replace the actual IP address with  The command will also add a hide-rdp-client-ip parameter to the Teramind configuration file (config.cfg). You can also manually add the line to the config file:

hide-rdp-client-ip = 1

API: New OCR Search POST

A new API POST functionality elastic-search-screen is added to the Teramind API which will allow you to search records directly in the Teramind Elasticsearch database. For more information about how to use this feature, please consult our API documentation.

API: New Schema, Validation and TypeScript Types Generation

We have added support for better request schema, user input validation and TypeScript types generation:


This will help you adapt and use Teramind API more effectively and troubleshoot issues quicker. For more information, please consult our API documentation.

[Mac] New Versioning Scheme

From now on, Teramind will be using a new versioning scheme for the Mac Agents: <major>.<minor>.<build number>. For example, 1.233.1015


This will simplify version control and help admins keep track of which computers have which app installed. Especially, if you are using a custom agent, it will help decide what/when you need to update.

[Mac] Monitoring > Network Monitoring

The Mac Agent is now able to monitor TCP/IPv4-based network connections on macOS 11 (Big Sur) and later.

You will be able to see the users' network activities under the Monitoring > Network Monitoring report: 


Here are a few things to note:

  • This feature isn't available on macOS 10.15 (Catalina) or older versions.
  • At the moment, only the TCP/IPv4 protocol can be monitored.
  • You will be able to view all of the parameters, such as: Duration, Destination IP, Destination Port, Out (bytes sent), In (bytes received), Process, etc.
  • At the moment, the settings under the Monitoring SettingsNetwork have no effect. The network monitoring is turned on by default and cannot be turned off:


[Mac] Behavior Rules > Networking

Agent support for the Networking Activity-based rules is now available on macOS 11 (Big Sur) and later.

You can create a Networking rule by clicking the ADD RULE FOR THIS POLICY button on the Behavior > Policies screen:


Here are a few things to note:

  • This feature isn't available on macOS 10.15 (Catalina) or older versions.
  • The rule currently supports Application Name, Remote Host, Remote Port, Bytes Sent and Bytes Received conditions.
  • Only the Block, Warn and Lock Out User rule actions are supported at the moment.
  • You will be able to view the rule violation events on the BI Reports > Behavior Alerts report.

Please see the Rules Guide >Activity Rules: What Activities Can You Detect? > Networking section to learn more.

[Mac] Behavior Rules > Lock Out User Action

The Agent now supports the Lock Out User rule action:


Here are a few things to note:

  • When the rule is triggered, the user is locked out only once and taken to the login screen.  They can log back in.

  • In case the action is configured with an Applications condition, then the last active application specified in the condition will be terminated and the user will be locked out.

  • In case the action is used with a Network-based rule, the network connection that triggered the rule will be closed.

Please see the Rules Guide >Defining Rule Actions > Lock Out User Action section to learn more.

[Mac] New Agent Installation/Uninstallation Steps

The installation/uninstallation process for the Mac Agent has changed slightly. The documentation has been updated to reflect the changes:


BI Reports: Enforce Proper Configurations for the Heatmap Chart Widgets

Previously, the Dashboard wouldn't check if the Heatmap Chart widget is configured properly, causing the users to sometimes configure it incorrectly. This would show an error on the Widget, and no data would be displayed.

Changes were made to the Heatmap Chart Widget so that it will now enforce proper configuration:


The chart will now require:

  • 1 Data Source
  • 1 Dimension #1
  • 1 Dimension #2
  • 1 Measures
  • Dimension #1 and Dimension #2 cannot be the same data point

If any one of the conditions isn't satisfied, the user will not be able to save the widget.

Behavior Rules: Trigger Information for IM Rules

Previously, IM-based rules wouldn't have the proper trigger information for some specific activities. For example, when a rule like the one below was used, it wouldn't show what triggered the rule (file upload), creating confusion about false alerts:


With the trigger information, you will have more context on the rule's warning messages and the alert reports (e.g., Behavior > Alerts or BI Reports > Behavior Alerts):


Monitoring: Proper File Names Captured on Facebook Messenger

Previously, you might have seen a lot of irrelevant information in the file names for uploaded/downloaded files on Facebook Messenger. For example:

Now it will show, precise, clean file names, such as:


Monitoring Settings: Better Website Monitoring

Teramind will now use the SNI (Server Name Indication) for the DON'T MONITOR WEB TRAFFIC FOR THESE IPS and MONITOR WEB TRAFFIC ONLY FOR THESE IPS settings under Monitoring Settings > Websites:


This will let the Agent better handle browsers that use HTTPS proxy servers over TLS protocol.

Settings: Better SSH Access Control

In a multi-node deployment, disabling ENABLE SSH ACCESS option on Settings > Server management would disable access to the application server(s) only. But you could still SSH into mining or other types of nodes:


With the new improvement, disabling SSH access will block access to all nodes.

Configure: Limit the Number of Items in the Shared List (Cloud)

We have added a limit of 32,000 entries for uploaded files in Configure > Shared List. This is to prevent spamming and improve the processing speed when the list is used inside behavior rules or monitoring settings.

Agent: Efficient Start

Changes were made to the Teramind start-up sequence so that the Teramind kernel driver, tm_filter will no longer automatically start when Windows boots. Instead, the Agent will run the service when needed.

Agent: Cleanup After Installing Updates

When an Agent was updated, it would keep artifacts for the old Agent that was installed with a custom name. Improvements were made so there will be no artifacts left out from the old installation.

Overall UI: Better Way to Distinguish Users with the Same Name

Now, the tooltip that shows up when hovering over a user's name will also show their email address. This way, if you have multiple employees with the same name, you will be able to better distinguish them on:


Servers: Improved Server Memory Management 

We have added various measures to prevent memory leaks and fragmentations during server peaks. This will ensure better stability and reliability.

Servers: Better OCR Processing

We have made some improvements to our OCR mining process that will make it more stable and responsive.

Other Improvements

Various security improvements and hardening.

Bug Fixes

BI Reports: Printed Documents not Captured when Using Microsoft Print to PDF Printer

Due to a bug in our document parser, documents printed using the Microsoft Print to PDF virtual printer wouldn't capture properly. You might see a Document is not uploaded yet. Please try again later message or a window with missing images when trying to view the document on the BI Reports > Printing or Monitoring Reports > Printing screen:


You might also see an error, [warning] [PrinterMonitor] can't parse spool file on the Agent log file. The bug is fixed now.

BI Reports: Classify Option on the Grid Widget wouldn't Work (Cloud)

On some Cloud instances, you might have noticed that the Classify option on the BI Reports >Applications & Websites > Grid Widget doesn't work:


Selecting the option is supposed to show a pop-up window where you can classify the selected website/app. But in reality, it would do nothing. The bug is fixed now.

BI Reports: Printed Document Names would Show Extra Symbols

You might have noticed that the Document Name column on the Grid widget on the BI Reports > Printing contains a “}” symbol at the end of the document name. This bug is fixed now.

BI Reports: Report Export would Fail for Some Reports

In some rare circumstances, a BI Report might fail to export if it contained a Grid widget with a certain combination of columns:


This bug is fixed now.

BI Reports: Scheduled Export would Still Get Delivered After Deleting the Report

If you delete a cloned BI Report it should also delete any scheduled export the report have:


However, due to a bug, you might still be receiving automated emails with the scheduled export from a deleted report. The bug is fixed now.

Behavior Rules: User Selection would Reset if a Rule is Disabled

If you manually selected users (by turning off the INHERIT POLICY SETTINGS option) on the Rules Editor's User tab, then disabled the rule or the policy (from the Behavior Policies screen), it would reset the INHERIT POLICY SETTINGS option (turn it back on) and you would lose any users you selected before:

The bug is fixed now.

Behavior Rules: Files-Based Rules wouldn't Trigger for LFS Format CDs/DVDs

Due to a bug, Files-based rules like the one below wouldn't trigger properly for activities on a CD/DVD-R/RW disk formatted in the flash/LFS file system:


The bug is fixed now.

Behavior Rules: Some Special Keys weren't Being Detected

Due to a bug, keypresses for certain special key combinations such as Shift + Del / Ctrl + Del / Shift + B, etc. wouldn't get detected on the BI Reports > Keystrokes or Monitoring > Keystrokes report. Any Keystrokes Activity Rules based on such keystrokes wouldn't get triggered either:


The bug is fixed now.

Behavior Rules: Email Distribution List not Recognized

Email distribution lists (especially in Outlook) weren't detected properly in the Emails Activity Rules. As a result, a rule like the one below wouldn't work:


In the rule, the Exclude condition should match any domain containing @teramind. As a result, any email sent to the distribution list Developers - Miami ( shouldn't have been detected. But due to a bug, the email was still detected.

This bug is fixed now.

Behavior Rules: Browser Plugin Rule wouldn't Work for Some Browsers

Due to a bug in the Rules engine, Browser Plugin-based Activity rules like the one below wouldn't trigger for Opera, Firefox, Microsoft and Chromium Edge browsers.


The bug is fixed now.

Behavior Rules: OCR Rule wouldn't Work for Some Regular Expressions

If an OCR rule contained both \ and / it wouldn't be triggered:


The bug is fixed now.

Behavior Rules: Files-Based Rules wouldn't Trigger for Box Drive

Due to the recent Box updates, Files-based rules like the ones below wouldn't trigger for Box Drives (Box Sync would still work):


The bug is fixed now.

Behavior Rules: Webpages Rules with an EXCEPT Condition and Time-Based Criteria wouldn't Trigger Properly

Due to a bug, a Webpages-based rule like the one below which uses an EXCEPT/EXCLUDE condition and any of the Time Active, Time Idle, Total Time Active, Total Time Idle criteria wouldn't trigger:


In the above case, if you visited a site, not on the exclude list (e.g.,, then after 10 minutes of inactivity, it should have triggered the rule. However, it wouldn't.

The bug is fixed now.

Productivity Reports: Daylight Saving Time (DST) Issue

If you selected a period that had a DST end date in it (e.g., November 6), the Productivity > Time worked and Time Tracking > Time cards reports wouldn't show any data after the DST end date. Or, it would show an error Invalid period supplied. Please specify period within a calendar week (1-7 days):


But if you selected a period after the DST (e.g., November 7 - November 13), the data would show up correctly:


The bug is fixed now.

Employees: Update Hostname Warning (Cloud)

You might have noticed a warning message like the one below when trying to add a new employee, on the welcome screen and other places:


The warning is actually applicable to an On-Premise deployment and shouldn't be shown to a Cloud customer. The bug is fixed now.

Configure: Schedule Days are Shifted when Changing the Local Language

Due to a bug, scheduled days on the Configure > Schedules > SCHEDULING tab get shifted by a day when you change the DEFAULT LANGUAGE on the Settings > Localization screen:


The bug is fixed now.

System: System Log would Fail with Internal Server Error

In some rare situations, you might have noticed the System > System Log report fails with an Internal Server Error message:


There are several reasons this could happen: an Active Directory LDAP sync issue causing some users to be deleted from the departments, but still displayed on UI leading to empty users. Or, it could be a faulty API call. Measures were implemented to handle such scenarios or bugs.

System: No Sound in Exported Videos

In some situations, exported videos from the Session Player (Video Player) wouldn't have any audio even though the DISABLE SOUND option is unchecked. The audio would play fine on the player itself:


The bug is fixed now.

Monitoring: Audio Recording wouldn't Work when Microphone Exclusive Access is Turned On

Windows have an option on its sound settings to toggle the Exclusive mode for a microphone. If this mode was turned on, the Agent wouldn't be able to capture any audio from the microphone:


Even if you turned it off, Zoom, MS Teams or another application might override the setting each time they are updated. The bug was fixed so that audio recording will work irrespective of the Exclusive mode setting.

Monitoring: OCR Search wouldn't Highlight Detected Text

Due to a bug, if you conducted an OCR search from the Monitoring > OCR using the Wildcard option, the text would be detected, but it wouldn't highlight it on the captured screenshots:


The bug is fixed now.

Monitoring: Quick Web Proxy Certificate not Trusted on the Tor Browser

After updating to Agent 7.0, you might be unable to visit any websites on the Tor browser and see a message like the one below:


This was due to Tor not trusting the Quick Web Proxy that Teramind Agent injects into the browser for monitoring web traffic. The bug is fixed now.

Monitoring: Console Commands not Captured

After updating to Agent 7.0, you might not be able to track any console commands (e.g., from the Command prompt, the PowerShell) and they wouldn't show up on the BI Reports > Console Commands or the Monitoring > Console Commands report. For example, here's a result from two ping commands:


The bug is fixed now.

Monitoring: Incoming Emails not Captured

If you are on Agent 6.0, you might have noticed that incoming emails wouldn't get captured. The bug is fixed in later versions of the Agent.

Monitoring: Print Job would Get Paused Sometimes when Printing from a Server

You might have noticed that the printer sometimes pauses unexpectedly when printing from a server to a printer. For example, when printing from a server/web portal that uses a local account on a workstation that connects to a printer. The bug is fixed now.

Monitoring: Unable to Select/Copy Text (Cloud)

Due to a bug, you might not be able to select/copy text from any of the Monitoring or Productivity reports. The bug is fixed now.

Monitoring Settings: Agent Driver Services would be Shown as Running even when Disabled on the Dashboard

Teramind's Agent driver services can be controlled from the Monitoring Settings > Advanced panel. When the FILE DRIVER and NETWORK DRIVER options on the Advanced panel are disabled, you would expect the corresponding tmfsdrv2 and tm_filter services to be stopped too. However, due to a bug, they would still be shown as RUNNING on the Command terminal:


The bug is fixed now.

Monitoring Settings: File Driver Setting wouldn't Work Properly 

Due to a bug, the DLP driver wouldn't activate even when the FILE DRIVER option is turned on under the Monitoring Settings > Advanced screen:


The bug is fixed now. You can verify the driver is working properly in the Agent log. If it is activated, you should see a message like this:

[1/0x000026fc] [2022-Dec-01 00:39:38.585896] [CTL 3] [debug] [DlpMonitor]  activate: activated with driver

Monitoring Settings: Network Driver Setting would Cause the Agent to Crash

Due to a bug, when you turned off the NETWORK DRIVER option under the Monitoring Settings > Advanced screen, it would cause the Agent to disconnect and connect repeatedly:


The bug is fixed now.

Settings: Agent Update wouldn't Work when Using Custom Server Ports (On-Premise)

Due to a bug, you wouldn't be able to update the Agent remotely (Computers > Action menu > Update agents) if you assigned custom ports under Settings > Server management > Server Ports:


The bug is fixed now.

Settings: Server Ports wouldn't Update

Due to a bug, Server ports settings (MANAGEMENT INTERFACE PORT, LOAD BALANCER PORT) on the Settings > Server Management tab wouldn't retain their values when you changed the ports and saved the settings:


The settings would save, but they wouldn't be updated on the dashboard. The bug is fixed now.

Settings: SIEM-Related Server Crash

Due to an unhandled exception, you might have experienced server crashes when connecting to a SIEM system. The bug is fixed now.

Agent Download: Download Links would Use Internal IP (Private Cloud)

If you tried to download any Agent (User Menu > Download Teramind Agent), it would download it using the internal IP address for the download link instead of using the public IP.


The bug is fixed now.

Onboarding Wizard: the Screen would Get Darker

You might have noticed that in some situations, the Onboarding Wizard screen get darker when you enter the Welcome section:


The bug is fixed now.

Revealed Agent: Password Change by an Employee wouldn't Work

If a user changed their own password from their profile, (by clicking the user's name on the top-right corner of the dashboard and selecting My Profile > ACCOUNT INFO) it would work fine for the dashboard login. But, the password wouldn't update in the Revealed Agent:


They could still log in with the old password. And, if the password was changed by an admin, it would work.

The bug is fixed now.

Agent: MS Teams would Crash Unexpectedly

You might have experienced high CPU and memory usage when using Microsoft Teams, and it might crash occasionally.

The bug is fixed now.

Agent: Update would Fail when Using a Custom Agent Name

Due to a bug in the installer, the Agent update would fail if the Agent has a custom name. This would affect installation from both the Dashboard and the command terminal.

The bug is fixed now.

Agent: File Driver Service Remains Stopped when Restarting the Agent

On Agent 7.0, if two (or more) users logged into the same computer at the same time, it would crash the Agent and you would see that the second user is reconnected every second on the Dashboard. The bug is fixed now.

Agent: The Agent would Crash if More than One User Logged into the Same Computer

On Agent 7.0, if you stopped and then restarted the Agent, the file driver (tmfsdrv2) would remain stopped while all the other services keep running. The bug is fixed now.

Overall UI: Various Fixes

Several fixes were implemented related to the UI. For example, missing translations, missing tooltips, appearances of unexpected characters in the text, misaligned labels, extra spaces in the header, etc.

[Mac] Uninstaller would Open All Minimized Windows

You might have noticed that, during the uninstall process, the uninstaller would open all minimized windows at the end of the process, when it's removing the NetApp extension. The bug is fixed.

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