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Anybody know? At the moment I've been looking into setting up something running via CRON to do this but if Plesk already does it 'behind the scenes' then I don't want to add unnecessary tasks to the server.

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No. There aren't any automatic backup jobs in plesk. I use Plesk 10.4. I have also used Plesk 9.

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It doesn't until you configure periodic backup for that. It may be preconfigured by your hosting provider as well - checkout "Scheduled Backup Settings" in "Backup manager".

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