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How would I do this? (Full backup to one disk, differentials to other)

Mystical_Ice
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Hi,
Here's the situation... we have a file server with ~1.5TB of files.  The files rarely change; probably every week only about 10% change.

I have backup exec 2010 r3, and would like to have some sort of off-site backup, in the event the building burns down.   Just a weekly backup would be great.

What I had anticipated doing, was running a full backup to one external hard drive, and then taking and storing that device offsite.  Every week after that, running a differential backup to two hard drives (one hard drive the one week, the second the next week, the first again the following week, etc.  alternating the two of them).  

I'm not sure that's possible to do, however.

How would you suggest going about this?  At any given time i need to have a copy of all the files offsite, no older than 2 weeks.  
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