New minor update 220.127.116.11 has been released today.
This update adds ability to start backup job from command line, putting the full power of Windows Task Scheduler in to the hands of those who'd like to go crazy with their backup schedule. It also addresses performance issues with very long incremental backup chains, and fixes a few minor issues from support.
You can download it from our website already
. As usual, we will not initialize auto-update servers with this build until after a few weeks of pilot deployments.Q:
Do I need to recreate a recovery media after upgrading to 18.104.22.168? A:
No, this time it's not required.Q:
How can I use new ability to start jobs from command line?A:
Follow instructions in Help Center
to create a script that will trigger backup job to start, or just schedule the command line using Windows Task scheduler.