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Veeam:  offsite copy if using reverse incrementals

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I am new to Veeam.
I have a Veeam 8 setup, and am creating reverse incremental backups.

I need to send copies of my backups off site.
Do I create a Backup Copy job and send that directly offsite?
The documentations seems to say I cannot send reverse incrementals off site

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Hi,

what exactly say the documentation about not sending reverse incremental please?

What do you have on your DR site? just a file server or nas, or do you have another esx or vmware sphere working? If that is just a file server I find nothing wrong to send your backup files to it (and mostly sending reverse incremental or full backup is better than lot of incremental you might not fully recover).
Yes I think you can do it with a copy job I don't see the matter.
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