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I recently reported some problems with missing scheduled backups and MIG/CBT being disabled. I have discovered another issue - I don't know if it's somehow related to the other issues I've recently reported or not.
For the past several days I haven't see Win10 notifications from Reflect when scheduled backups run. This is something, at least before 20 Oct when I started having these problems, I used to see every day when by backups started and finished. Reflect is not listed in the Notifications & actions center in Windows.
I also noticed that the icon in the system tray showing that Reflect is checking for updates is missing. But the more I think about it, the more I believe this icon only showed up when an update was available. Is this correct? If so, is there a way I can tell if the service that checks for new updates is properly running? The GUI is set for it to be, but I want to be sure without having to wait until another update is available. I'm concerned I'll miss an important update, perhaps overly so due to the other recent problems I've reported.