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POSSIBLY, since I know nothing of ESENTUTL, your command line, as built, is bad. You're using string concatenation to build the command line and that's a bad way to do it, prone to bugs.

Run the code under the debugger and put a breakpoint on the line:
cmdEsentutl.StartInfo.RedirectStandardError = true;

When the debugger stops on the breakpoint, hover the mouse over the 'Arguments' portion of this line:
cmdEsentutl.StartInfo.Arguments = "/y /vss " + GlobalVariables.edge44HistoryDB + "WebCacheV01.dat /d " + "F:\\WebCacheV01.dat";

This will show you the arguments you're passing on the command line. You don't need the extra "+" near the end of the line. That just makes the code more error prone and harder to debug. Also, chances are really high you don't have a space character where there should be one for the command line to make sense, like immediately before 'WebCacheV01.dat...'. That line of code should probably looks more like this:
cmdEsentutl.StartInfo.Arguments = "/y /vss " + GlobalVariables.edge44HistoryDB + " WebCacheV01.dat /d F:\\WebCacheV01.dat";

Even better, use string interpolation to build the arguments instead:
cmdEsentutl.StartInfo.Arguments = $@"/y /vss {GlobalVariables.edge44HistoryDB} WebCacheV01.dat /d F:\WebCacheV01.dat";


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