first: thanks a lot for that product! I always wanted a Veeam equivalent for simple workstation / server backup.
On to the request:
I would like to be able to schedule a backup to run at a logon or a shutdown event.
I am using my home PC not every day and at different times, so a time schedule doesn't work for me.
One backup a day, for the days I'm using the PC, is good enough for me.
The available "backup at event" events "at lock", "at logoff" or "at backup attach" don't work for me, since I'm only powering the computer up once when I start working and power it down when I'm done.
So, ideal for me would be a "backup at shutdown" event: I'm done working, shut down the PC, the backup is taken and the computer is powered off.
A "backup at logon" event would also be useful for those cases, when you mess up your PC somehow during a work session.
You have a clean backup before you messed things up and with "backup at shutdown" you have one at the end of a work session to backup your days work.
Combine that with the backup to a Veeam backup repository feature in the final version and configuration settings in GPOs as others have requested and you have your workstations well covered.
It would also be good to have these two backup events not only as additional options in the GUI, but also as parameters in a command line interface (my second feature request, that you will hopefully implement for the final version).
That could be very useful for scripts, like implementing safety backups before a software rollout to physical workstations. At least for smaller environments.