Acronis TI 2019 known compatibility problem with Win 10 Core Isolation Memory Integrity
What is the status of the known compatibility problem with Core Isolation Memory Integrity in Window 10 (v 1903?) I'm using the latest Acronis TI 2019 installation file, Update 3 aka 17750.
I had Memory Integrity enabled when I installed Acronis TI 2019, and got a message that one of the components of TI would not work with Memory Integrity, but it then continued to install OK. I believe Memory Integrity may be enabled by default when one installs Windows 10, so this should be affecting a fair number of folks.
I found an old thread where this was discussed a bit, confirmed by Acronis in the thread, but never fully addressed. The error message disappeared too fast for me to realize what all was going on and what component was causing the problem, but this prior thread said it was the "Acronis TIB Manager" that was the culprit.
In that prior thread it sounds like if one disables Memory Integrity before installing Acronis TI 2019 in order not to get the error, that one will not be able to re-enable Memory Integrity after installing Acronis TI.
So is it best to have Memory Integrity enabled before installing Acronis TI 2019, and let the installation proceed anyway in spite of the popup message? Otherwise one wouldn't be able to enable Memory Integrity later after Acronis TI is installed.
Is this being addressed and corrected in the upcoming Acronis TI 2020?