I walk through setting up a scheduled task which recommends making an incremental if there's already a full image. OK. But over time the target hard drive will get full, right? What's best practice on how to set it up to keep as many backups as possible but also automatically deal with the hard drive getting full? I found some info saying to make 2 scheduled tasks - 1 that is incremental if full exists, and have that run every night. then have a full only backup run every x days / weeks? that will not delete all the incrementals but allow them to be overwritten with a new file with the same name? But that may still have the drive run out of space (if the full schedule is too infrequently) OR not keep enough backups? And after the full runs, overwriting the last full backup, then we have only 1 day of backups? And then to add another wrinkle.... how does all this change / what are best practices when you have 2 external drives that you rotate offsite? So day 1 thru 5 say, drive 1 is doing backups. On day 4, it does another full backup. then day 6 you take it offsite and disk 2 is doing backups.... drive 2 won't have a full backup, so the incremental if full is present will make a full backup and some incrementals. then drive 1 is put back in place and does a full or incremental? How does that swapping of hard drives affect backup process with incrementals / full backups? Thanks!