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Windows Server Backup (WSB) is a feature that provides backup and recovery options for Windows server environments. Administrators can use Windows Server Backup to back up a full server, the system state, selected storage volumes or specific files or folders, as long as the data volume is less than 2 terabytes.

Full Backup: Full Backup refers to the process of copying anything that is considered valuable and must not be lost, as the name implies. A full backup is the first backup and, in most cases, the most accurate copy since it can usually be rendered without external resources.

Incremental Backup: Since it includes making backups of files while considering changes made to them after the previous backup, this step necessitates even more care during the various phases of the backup. The incremental backup would detect all the data in the complete backup and only backup the newly generated files. Since there are still fewer files to back up than a full backup, incremental backup saves time and room.

Differential Backup: A differential backup follows the same general concept as an incremental backup, except that it only makes copies of new files or files that have changed in any way. With this backup model, it will copy all files generated after the last complete backup again.

  • Third-Party: Integrations with third-party applications: The backup software solutions are compatible with a wide range of software styles and packages.
  • Scalability: A backup software package should scale with your company to ensure that it is still secure.
  • Automation Backup Scheduling: The backup program serves as a “set-it-and-forget-it” option for automatic backup scheduling.
  • Reports: Reports display the consistency of each backup and help you recover quickly when a problem occurs.
  • File size: When dealing with large blocks of data, the cost of cloud storage can be prohibitive. It can keep Real-time backup costs down by using good compression.
  • Multiple backup types: A complete backup takes several hours and takes up a lot of space on your hard drive. Since a full real-time backup isn’t feasible, your backup program can have various options, such as incremental, differential, continuous, and VMware backups.
  • Cost: Backup software for servers can vary from free to high-end, white-glove services. Many free backup options only provide local backups, leaving you in control of the hard drive’s physical security.

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