There should be no Windows service related Duplicati process stil up after stopping Windows service.
When the service is up, there should be two Duplicati.WindowsService.exe and a Duplicati.Server.exe.
Maybe you killed two Duplicati.GUI.TrayIcon.exe that started as the logged in user, due to default install:
Installing Duplicati on Windows
Select which components you want to install. Pay special attention to Launch Duplicati at startup. If it is selected, the Duplicati Tray Icon Tool will be started automatically after logging on to Windows.
That would normally give you a completely different set of Duplicati jobs, as the SYSTEM one’s database would be in the SYSTEM profile and the manually launched one would be in profile for starter of Duplicati.
Even if the jobs were compatible, the individual job databases in one would be stale compared to backup.
There are ways to set database location, e.g. with
--server-datafolder option on the server launch, or
DUPLICATI_HOME environment variable set in advance.
--portable-mode can also move the database.
So I’m not certain what you got or what version it was, but it’s almost certainly 18.104.22.168 if you launched that.
This is normal in default operation of any semi-recent software. The first one looks for latest update to run.
So that one doesn’t apply, however C:\ProgramData\Duplicati\updates\22.214.171.124 looks like it’s too large with one extra folder and two extra files. Also, in Properties you should be able to verify the size of the files as:
Size: 99.3 MB (104,154,162 bytes)
You likely must sort and not just look at the date, if you actually ran Duplicati then. Is anything a bit newer?
You can search for * in the Explorer search box, change View back to Details, then sort by Date modified.
If that doesn’t work:
126.96.36.199_beta_2021-06-17 has a
.zip file install that you can unzip then compare to the 188.8.131.52 in updates.
If it’s worth installing and running a program to compare two folders, such programs exist, e.g. WinMerge.
Wherever the extra contents came from, it’s enough to get your updates\184.108.40.206 disqualified as an update.
I was also asking about any other updates besides 220.127.116.11 in the updates folder. Is that it? Is there 18.104.22.168?