Hi, that is a good point by philc43, that your original account/profile may have had Admin rights, but not the new account, so things could run differently. I also saw some negative posts about the ASUS Suite II. If a later update to it (check for updates under your normal admin account) will not fix it, then if you have a way of re-installing it, then try uninstalling it (assuming it is part of that messing with sleep - however bear in mind that I suspect that the ASUS Suite II will be common to both accounts - there was a lot of activity for that in the PML file). I did also notice looking at the PML file, that a Backblaze task does run (at least part of the app starts and exits a few times). However, I think it is a cloud backup service that is tied to one user account? So, if you sign on as "another" user account, I assume it would not run in its normal way, is that your understanding? Maybe its backups, once started, keep the system awake? See this URL for Backblaze best practices: Best Practices for Online Backup especially this part 4 (Part 1 mentions it needs time...):
At least once every two weeks make sure Backblaze runs for five hours in "Continuously" backup mode (the default) and check afterwards that the main control panel says "Remaining Files: 0 files / 0 KB". This is a check that you are all caught up and that your backup is working properly. Remember, Backblaze is a live mirror of your current hard drive contents and not a permanent archival service, if your computer does not contact the Backblaze datacenter for six months then your account will be cancelled and the mirrored copy deleted from the Backblaze datacenter. If you have external drives, it is even more important that you run Backblaze continuously for five hours once every two weeks. If an external hard drive is detached for more than 30 days
Backblaze interprets this as data that has been permanently deleted and securely deletes the copy from the Backblaze datacenter. When the main control panel says "Remaining Files: 0 files / 0 KB" after five hours of continuous running with your external drives attached then you know your backup is safe and caught up. Click here for more information on external hard drives and Backblaze."
I hope some of the above is helpful. TD