Free File Backup Programs a Survey

I'm wanting to set up file (not disk image) backups.  I'm looking for suggestions re: free programs that will do it.
Some of the criteria:
1) files can be backed up in their native format onto the backup medium.
2) I don't care about tape as a medium.
3) The program would capture backup profiles that can be triggered by Windows Task Scheduler or can be scheduled from within the program.
4) Versioning would be "nice to have".
5) Windows environment.
6) Online backup would be "nice to have".

I started to do a survey but found what appears to be a lot of "aging" of the information.  e.g. Bacula seems to be losing energy judging from the releases and hard to tell how it supports Windows.

So, suggestions and actual experience that match would be greatly appreciated.  What would you give the highest marks to?
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Fred MarshallPrincipalAsked:
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NinjaStyle82Systems AdministratorCommented:
Is this for Windows Server(s)?
Dan CraciunIT ConsultantCommented:
Comodo Backup seems to be a favorite from Gizmo's Freeware:

I use CrashPlan for over a year, mainly for cloud backup, but the client is free and allows you to backup to a different computer/NAS/external hdd on a nearly continuous basis.


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To cloud:

Not free - but a lot of options/filters/scripting:

Reasonable price

Sorry I know some of these are not free, just worth noting.
Fred MarshallPrincipalAuthor Commented:
Not for Windows Servers.
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