That's due to CBT enabled. Disable it and that will cause your backup job to reread the whole disk during active fulls. The only way to make your job to do active full at some exact time is to trigger it via PowerShell. I'd also recommend you to setup a Backup Copy job so it can construct a separate backup chain with incremental backups.Why it does only the differences if i select only 1 restore point in retention policy?
Yes. Triggering Active Full via PowerShell simply starts the job in Active Full mode using all other settings that you've specified in job settings. Actually you can use default Veeam scheduler to setup weekly fulls - schedule the job to run once a week at day X and configure Active Full to happen at the same day X. That will cause your job to produce only Active Fulls at the day X. So there is no need to use PowerShell, sorry for misguidance.If i trigger the job with powershell it does it with application processing?
No, just configure it in job options via GUI.Do i have to modify CBTif i use powershell?If yes where do i find this option?
Yes it will.It will came up in the statistics so i can recive an email notification?
No, it won't.f i setup the tape job to run on schedule after the backup job finish it will run if the backup job is triggered with powershell?
Yes, if you specify retention equal to 1 beforehand.The retention of the backup will be 1?
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