If I cancel shutdown, the tray icon dissapears


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If I attempt to shut down when a backup is in progress. I get the expected warning. However, if I cancel the shutdown, the track icon disappears so I cannot open it and select "Shutdown" when the backup finishes.  Is there a way to get the tray icon back? What / where is the executable that I can click on to run the tray icon program?

Other than that, Macrium Reflect is humming along and working great.
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There's an application called ReflectMonitor located in the Reflect application folder.  It should get relaunched automatically if it's closed, but try running it again manually if needed.  After it starts, if there is still a backup running in the background, I think you'll see a system tray icon appear within a few seconds or so.  Or at least that's been my experience supporting a server that runs scheduled backups but that seldom has a user logged on directly.  When I log in during a backup, ReflectMonitor starts within my user session, and a few seconds later the icon appears.

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jphughan - 25 January 2021 4:59 PM
There's an application called ReflectMonitor located in the Reflect application folder.  It should get relaunched automatically if it's closed, but try running it again manually if needed.  After it starts, if there is still a backup running in the background, I think you'll see a system tray icon appear within a few seconds or so.  Or at least that's been my experience supporting a server that runs scheduled backups but that seldom has a user logged on directly.  When I log in during a backup, ReflectMonitor starts within my user session, and a few seconds later the icon appears.

I do not see an application called ReflectMonitor in the Reflect application folder. Could it be somewhere else?
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Try looking in C:\Program Files\Macrium\Common where C:\ is the partition where Reflect is installed.

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dbminter - 25 January 2021 6:52 PM
Try looking in C:\Program Files\Macrium\Common where C:\ is the partition where Reflect is installed.

I see it there. The next time this happens, I will try clicking on it. Thannks!
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