We've been running Rogue Process Management for several years with
little if ever a single problem until someone just reported that MS
Paint was being terminated. I have Rogues Process management set up as

The default action is set to 0 to ignore all processes and I set up an
exception list to block those applications I don't want students
running, such as setup, regedit, etc..

I have looked at my Exception list and mspaint.exe is not included. I
have checked and double-checked as well as exported the registry entries
from the application to a file and done a search for it to make sure I
was not overlooking it--it isn't there.

I am wondering if perhaps it might have been there at one point. I am

Since I can't simply remove the mspaint.exe from the exception list and
increase the application number, how do I reset the registry to allow MS