As far as I can tell, Windows will not create restore points if one has already been created within a certain amount of time. I came to understand this by attempting to workaround the TechSuite restore point errors through a powershell script which probably does the same thing TechSuite is trying to do.
From my research online, it would seem that a registry setting is capable of being adjusted to allow shorter times between restore points. I have not located this registry entry as more pressing issues have consumed my attention.
Below is the powershell code I was using for this situation. It would work if a restore point had not been created within the previous twenty-four hours, else it would output a message that a restore point had been created. These commands are verified working on all computers without restore points from the previous twenty-four hours.
Enable-ComputerRestore -Drive $Env:systemdrive
$Description = "RepairPlace-Backup"
CheckPoint-Computer -Description $Description
I would, of course, double-check me on all points previously stated.