For 4.0(x) version of CRS, TAPS plug-in creates a TAPS folder in root folder which contains "TAPS AAR.aar" file, and not the TAPS.aef.
After installing TAPS, you would need to go to AAR Management page in CRS admin to upload it. After upload, TAPS.aef would be copied. Taps.aef is a part of the aar file now. This also creates an application called TAPS.
Reboot the CRS server after uploading TAPS AAR.aar file since we could not select the taps.aef script in the TAPS application.
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