I am looking at TI Enterprise Server 9, and while it seems ok, one big problem seems to be that when you backup it always overwrites the last backup done. Ie, when you do (say) a full backup of a bunch of files to a remote FTP site, you must specify a destination filename. This is not what I want - I want to have a series of backups (say 1-20), with each backup having a different filename. Perhaps each filename would have the date of the backup. Since this seems such an obvious feature that even the cheapest backup software can do, I am thinking that I am missing something. The only way I can see to do it is with post commands - do something with batch files, etc. This is not terribly easy with a remote FTP site, but I guess I could work it out. I have seen a suggestion that I create a different task for each filename required - but that is not much good eaither. How can I get the filename to reflect the data it was done? Plus I may have to generate 20 or so tasks (depending on how many backups I want) for each backup - a ludicrous situation. Is there a way to do it?