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Restore points to keep problem on veeam backup & replication 7

Posted on 2013-12-14
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     Currently using veeambackup & replicaton 7, i have created a backup job for exchange 2013 server and keep restore points to keep on disk for 2 copies, suppose the 3rd backup will be overwriting the 2nd backup, coz 2 copy will be kept, but i find that the 3rd backup will added instead of overwriting the 2nd backup, any idea what goes wrong ?


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Hi piaakit, what backup method do you use - forward incremental or reversed incremental backup?
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I'm using reversed incremental backup
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