I updated today to 9.2277 today from 9.2273, on a standalone (i.e., not networked) WinXPHome/sp2 system. There is only one user on the system (me) and I have administrator rights. When I try to schedule daily incremental images, I cannot do so -- IF the full-disk image I want to use as a "base" is password-protected. If it is NOT password-protected, I CAN schedule the task and it executes automatically without a problem, as it did today (with both 9.2273 and 9.2277). However with password-protected images ... when I get to the "Schedule Task Wizard - Select the user name and password" screen, I see my default user name ("Barry" as shown in XP's User Accounts) in the first field, then I (carefully) add the password in the next field and verify it in the third field. At that point this error message pops up: "The login information is not correct. Are you sure you want to continue with this task?" Naturally, answering "no" means the task won't run on schedule. I KNOW the password is correct (I can mount/plug the base image with it to view it), and I have tried the logon name "Barry" and "DESKTOP\Barry" and I still get this error message. It APPEARS to be a problem with the user name. How do I verify the name that TrueImage needs to use? Or are there other factors involved here that I should check out? Thanks!