The one in "C:/Users/Jokel/AppData/Local/Temp" users is the one that you attached with your first post, I guess? If yes, please try moving it manually to "C:/Users/Jokel/AppData/Roaming/Microsoft Flight Simulator". Afterwards, again, start up MSFS and see if the Honeycomb Bridge Module now automatically comes online.
This is kinda weird, because i searched exe.xml and it came up with an exe.bacup.xml which is located in C/Users/Jokel/AppData/Roaming/Microsoft Flight Simulator then i see an exe.xml which is located in C:Users/Jokel/AppData/Local/Temp
John: glad the application is basically working so there is nothing fundamentally wrong. But we are trying to get you to the point that you don't have to load it up manually every time.
So next question from my side: where is that exe.xml itself located for you and do you use the MSFS Steam or MS Store version?