Today I found that Emsisoft (aka A-Squared) uses a driver naming convention that's similar to Daemon Tools dynamic drivers (they start with a and have 8 characters - and end in .sys

Here's a list I found here:
a2acc (C:\Program Files (x86) \Emsisoft AntiMalware\a2accx64.sys
a2antimalware (C:\Program Files (x86) \Emsisoft AntiMalware\a2service.exe
a2dda (C:\Program Files (x86) \Emsisoft AntiMalware\a2ddaax64.sys
a2injectiondriver (C:\Program Files (x86) \Emsisoft AntiMalware\a2dix64.sys
a2util (C:\Program Files (x86) \Emsisoft AntiMalware\a2util64.sys
(C:\Program Files (x86) \Emsisoft AntiMalware\a2contmenu.dll
(C:\Program Files (x86) \Emsisoft AntiMalware\a2contmenu64.dll
Emsisoft AntiMalware Uninstall (6.0 and newer)
Emsisoft File Gaurd Driver Configuration
Emsisoft Injection Driver Configuration

and the next one is the folder, but emsiclean has it unchecked for some reason? Should I check it?

(C:\Program Files (x86) \Emsisoft AntiMalware\
I'm going to add thedescription for the .sys drivers to the DRT in ALL CAPS - to help us see that they are different form the Daemon Tools.