Windows Server 2008 Backup to two locations

Hi Experts,
I have a client that has server 2008 (not R2).  They have a native windows 2008 backup going to external HDD which is working well.  I would like to backup to ext hdd and to their NAS as well.  Server 2008 backup allows you to have multiple destinations, though the backup only goes to one location.  I am unable to see the backup drives in explorer, so I can't sync that drive to the NAS either.  Anyone got ideas or a work around.  Would be great thanks.
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Svet PaperovIT ManagerCommented:
You can backup to remote NAS using wbadmin command in Task Schedule while keeping the current backup on the external drive.

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richard2genAuthor Commented:
Thanks mate.  Will give it a lash.
richard2genAuthor Commented:
actual command would have been handy.  Asked the google to find out the rest of the details..
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