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I have to disagree.

Scanregistry does 2 things.
1. Does a scan to confirm that there is nothing wrong in the registry that will stop windows from booting.
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2. Once it has determined this, on the first boot of the day, it backs up the registry (and system.ini and win.ini)

Without allowing Scanregistry to run, you will never be able to restore a "started" registry, using Scanreg /Restore

Besides, this exercise takes a small amount of time during bootup, and once the process is complete, it goes away. (ie: it is no longer running)
 
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