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Install WinCollect V7.3.1 p1 only on the QRadar Console. The console appliance replicates all required files to other QRadar appliances in the deployment. The SFS contains protocol updates and WinCollect Agent software to remotely update Windows hosts with WinCollect V7.3.1 p1.Note: If you are using stand-alone mode, you must download and install the WinCollect Patch Installer V7.3.1 p1 for each Windows host and install the update locally on each agent.WinCollect Patch Installer V7.3.1 p1 Links:




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After harvesting, the mature grains were air-dried and milled into flour. Thereafter, the flours were passed through a 100-mesh sieve, dried at 45C for 36 h and stored at 4C in sealed plastic bags. Two extraction methods were used in the isolation of native starches. One (Method 1) was adopted as described by Li et al. [23] with slight modifications. Briefly, grains were sliced in four pieces by a blade and the grain pieces were further steeped in double-distilled water at 4C for 48 h. The ratio of grain pieces to soaking solution was 1:5. Then, the softened grain pieces were homogenized with ice-cold water with a blender (IKA-T RCT-Basic, Germany). The slurry was filtered with 100-, 200- and 300-mesh nylon sieves and centrifuged at 4000 rpm for 20 min. The supernatant was discarded and the yellow gel-like layer on top of the packed white starch granule pellet was carefully scraped off and removed. The process of centrifugation separation was repeated three times. The precipitated starch was further repeatedly steeped and washed with anhydrous ethanol three times, dried at 45C for 36 h, passed through the 100-mesh nylon sieve and stored at 4C in sealed plastic bags. Another method (Method 2) was following the method described by Claver et al. [24] with slight modifications. Briefly, the grain flour was immersed in a 0.2% aqueous NaOH solution and kept at 4C for 24 h. Before stepwise filtration through 100-, 200- and 300-mesh nylon sieves, the slurry was blended for 3 min. The filtrate was then centrifuged using freezing centrifugation at 4000 rpm for 20 min. The supernatant was discarded and the top yellow layer was carefully scraped off and removed. The process was repeated three times. The lower starch layer was repeatedly steeped and washed with anhydrous ethanol three times, dried at 45C for 36 h, passed through the 100-mesh nylon sieve and stored at 4C in sealed plastic bags.


Aman is a Windows specialist and loves writing about the Windows ecosystem on MakeUseOf. He has a Bachelor's in Information Technology and is now a full-time freelance writer with expertise in Windows, iOS, and browsers.


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