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    MR Free trial

    I have upgraded my Win7 Pro to Win10 Pro and today I installed MR Free trial.
    Creating a system image backup went fine but the summary report shows that the
    Backup Definition File: C:\Users\ldg11\OneDrive\Documents\Reflect\My Backup.xml
    Is this normal?
    I do not use OneDrive and I do not see any entry in the OneDrive folder

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    The XML file is saved in what Windows lists as your default documents directory. OneDrive is installed by default with Win10, even if you are not using it.
    Graham Smith
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    Thanks Graham, I should have included that I had disabled OneNote and set my local Documents folder to be my default Documents folder and everything is working fine. I did find the My Backup.xml in the folder designated for OneNote and it only takes up 10kb. My concern was that it would take up a lot of space and I could possibly be charged for space after some allowed free space would be surpassed but being only 10kb is not an issue.

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    From: http://support.macrium.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=6346

    "Move the .xml files to new location
    Start Reflect | Open Backup definition Files Tab, and delete the originals if still showing, then press the green + button and select the directory where you moved them to and add them.

    When and if you create a new .xml you can change the directory where you save to in future."

    Jerry

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