I have two equally sized physical hard drives, one of which has the sole purpose of backing up the other. I have created a full backup and set a scheduled task for a differential backup. The files currently existing are: Storage.tib -- full backup Storage2.tib -- diff backup #1 Storage3.tib -- diff backup #2 Storage4.tib -- diff backup #3 1) I don't actually want to save all of these older deprecated backups since only the full backup and latest differential backup are necessary to do a restore. However I'm not sure how to set it up on a schedule so that it automatically deletes the previous differential backup after creating the latest one. 2) Should I just delete Storage2 and Storage3 manually and rename Storage4 to Storage2, and repeat this process manually after every backup? The only way that I know what's what is by the ordering of the files and the size of the files (Storage.tib is obviously the largest, and then they have increasing sizes). I also will need to have the full backup on a longer-period automatic schedule, and if it continues with this trend of naming all the backups the same way, how will I be able to keep track of what's what, especially when I have to be manually deleting and renaming them?