I own a Windows Server 2008 in my office, and a WD My Cloud NAS at home.
Currently, I am using the WD sync software to sync up a backup folder, which contains all the files (more or less OS files I don't have access to).
I am aware a files backup is not intended for a system restore, so I also run a local server backup, on incremental mode. The OS drive is also on raid 0, so local data loss is possible, but unlikely.
However, in case of a fire/theft/flood/whatever happens, I would like to have that backup synced to my home NAS.
- Is there a way to create incremental backups such that they do not overwrite themselves? The current backup is a daily, 100GB in size backup, including 2 large files: 57, 42 GB, that I can not sync over internet.
- Is there a better method I should use to remotely backup my server with as few as possible daily GB going over internet? (like, except for the initial backup)