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Do not report Admin Users in the Active Users Report
We have 49 production databases loaded on 1 Change context. When you log onto the admin home page, the active users list provides a very large number of active users, however, when you hit the "Total Users" link you find out that you really have that total minus the 49 _change_admin's that are periodically updating the search index. This RFE is requesting either the removal of the "Admin" interface users from that report/count or provide an "admin" only report and a "all the rest" report.
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