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Ok, I guess I got confused that you said it's only online "when you need it". That to me implied that you manually set up and tore down the mapping as you needed it. I'm aware that Windows will leave drive mappings listed in Windows Explorer even when the target is offline, but whether the target is online or offline is typically dependent on the state of the target or the network you're currently connected to, not whether you need it at any given time. Or do you actually take the remote device that hosts that share offline when you don't need it, or at least disable file sharing on the remote device side? If so, I guess that's a good security practice, but it would have been good to clarify that a bit. Anyhow, based on your other thread, if you never send backups to that target, then removing it from Reflect's destination list might solve your issue without any negative side effects.