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Running the paid version of Macrium Reflect Home Edition - v7.1.2963 [UEFI] on both my selfbuilt Desktop and my Surface Pro 4. The OS on my desktop is Windows !0 Insider Version 1803 (OS Build 17133.1) The OS on the Surface is Version 1709 (OS Build 16299.334)
Desktop specs: CPU: Intel i7 7700; Motherboard: Asus Prime H270-Pro; Memory: G.Skill DDR4-2400 2 x 8GB.  OS, and all apps, are installed on a PCI-e mounted/connected NVMe SSD.
I use WinPatrol on both machines.  WinPatrol brings up this message after each reboot on both machines
"A new automatic Startup Program has been Program has been detected.
C: \Program Files \Macrium \Common \ReflectMonitor.exe
/RestartByRestartManagerBigGrin1B807313-6DE4-478d-A5E9-76F01CC8DA77"   The string of characters after the colon changes, but the other part of the message is constant.
I understand that the RestartManager is normally invoked to reboot the system to complete an installation when "in-use"  files require modifying.
But why is this occurring at *every* restart?
"Autoruns" does not list an entry for ReflectMonitor.exe, or for RestartManager. That is no doubt correct, as a restart should remove any such entry.
I have not set up scheduled imaging.

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