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If you want to be certain to keep a restore point, you should do imaging to an external disk ( Imaging with free Macrium ). The imaging files you can manage yourself, but the restore points are managed by the system on a FiFo (first in-first out) basis. Even with a very large shadowstorage (that's where the restore points are being kept), it will eventually overwrite the oldest restore points.
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