Thank you for your reply!
Hi Spencer, I'm not sure you will be ok in terms of RAM, please check the system requirements
So it looks like I can bump the ram to 16 or 32gb and be more in line with requirements. I'm not looking to backup 20 computers, just be able to price something reasonable for a 1-5 workstation/1 server shop to get backups going.
foggy wrote:No, you will have to use backup copy jobs for that.
From what I know so far, this means that after a rebuild/restore of the server (after hardware failure), I would be able to run a copy job of those backups back to the local hdd data repository, then resume backups or would new full/incremental backups be created?
So what my question is aiming for finding out, is if I have 600gb of backup data and it's copied to the external drive, then I have my server die, I recreate it, I re-add the external drive as a repository and run a copy job to move those backups back to my main (now recreated) repository, then run backups, does new fulls get created, essentially taking up another large amount of space or does it run incremental, recognizing now that it already had fulls of those agents?