It's recommended to place a gateway server at the remote site in case a remote NAS is used as a repo.Just set the backup to backup directly to the remote nas, mounted as a mapped drive in Windows
Right, that's called Backup Copy Job and is definitely a way to go, especially if you have slow connection between sites.- Another solution is to backup to a "local" storage first, then set something up to move the incremential backup file to a remote storage afterwards, is this something Veeam can handle?
Not sure what you mean, please elaborate.and what happens when the incremental backup is moved from the place where Veeam thinks it should be?
Right, that's called Backup Copy Job and is definitely a way to go, especially if you have slow connection between sites.
Not sure what you mean, please elaborate.
I'm sorry, it slipped from my mind that you were asking about Veeam Endpoint. There is no Backup Copy Job in Endpoint but you can integrate your Endpoint with VBR and utilize Backup Copy Jobs for your Endpoint Backups. Please note that no Backup Copy Jobs are available in a free version of VBR.Can the Endpoint Backup Free handle this? Or the Essentials edition?
If you manually delete/move any of the increments the job will fail.will Veeam not do another Full backup, since all the incremental files is gone?
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