Dima P. wrote:Check the date of the said restore points (via windows explorer or via File Level Recovery). Maybe you have more that one incremental job run per day? Veeam Endpoint Backup retains restore points for the last N days; the number of days is defined by the user.
These were all taken on Sundays, one per day at the set time. However, I seem to have solved it now. After starting this topic, I decided to delete my backup target entirely and setup the backup configuration from scratch. For testing purposes I ran the backup once per day and after the last run I saw that the first and second backup hae been merged. So at least this seems to work now.
Dima P. wrote:True. Daily schedule ignores this option - do you have any other backup events checked?
No, I only have the daily backup set, no additional conditions like when the drive is attached or so. But if monthly is not an option in the software, I think I'll just use the command line options to start a backup and let the Windows Task Scheduler handle the scheduling instead. I still wonder, though, how I managed to do that before, since I'm sure I only used the built-in scheduling options of Veeam on my Windows 7 installation before...