usability – Redundant buttons in empty state

For empty status screen, which option is better?

Option 1:
Have two identical buttons, one in the normal place (next to the header) and one next to the text that explains what the user should do

pros: the button next to the text makes the action easy to find

Cons: redundancy can confuse users, they may think that they are different actions (although the design and text are exactly the same)

Option 2:
Have only one button next to the header, where you will also be later.

pros: cleaner screen

Cons: There is a possibility that users may miss the CTA.

This is for a desktop system that users use on a daily basis,
I could not find any clear reference for option 1, and I am against using arrows to point the top button

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