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In using "Windows Server Backup", what does it mean:  Total Backups:  18 copies?

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I use Windows Server Backup that runs every night doing a "VSS Full Backup" which includes:  Bare Metal Recovery, System State, Recovery, C Drive and Drive.

My question is:  Where it states:  "18 copies", does that mean it has kept 18 versions of files or that the backup was run 18 times?

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Server Backup Screen
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AbhishekJha earned 500 total points
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It say's backup has run 18 times & it has a 18 copies of it.
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Thank you very much!
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