Thanks for Build 6589!
...thought we might be in the dark with this one (I was experiencing TrueImageMonitor.exe application error 0xc0000022 on boot)
Glad to see the update; many thanks for the continued support.
EDIT: still seeing that error on boot up. Win10 Version 10.0.15063
Thank you for your posting! I've found a similar issue documented in our internal sources, where TrueImageMonitor.exe application error 0xc0000022 has been solved with adding necessary privileges for TrueImageMonitor.exe. Open C:\Program Files (x86)\Acronis\TrueImageHome and find TrueImageMonitor.exe, rightclick -> Properties -> Security. Make sure, the user account has Read & execute and Read permissions.
It's also recommended to install Acronis True Image under Administrator account to prevent any permissions related issues.
In reply to Hello Knyt by Ekaterina Surkova
Hi, thanks for the suggestion.
Yes, the application has the permissions as outlined. And, yes, it was installed with an administrator account.
I can (and will) re-install again using the Local Administrator account, but my local account already has full Local Admin.
UPDATE: Uninstalled and re-installed as Administrator; same error when starting up / logging in.