Hey guys, I have a bit of a lengthy question, well, short question but lengthy explanation. When you do a standard back with a method of incremental, firstly, you do a full backup as you know (lets call the file FULLBACK). However, when you come back to do the next back up this time you actually choose incremental as the method. Upon completion of this backup another backup file is created (now lets call this one FULLBACK1) and then when you want to do the next incremental backup you would choose FULLBACK1 as the target. Now when that completes it would produce another file in the backup chain, FULLBACK2. Now lets say next week you wish to do another backup, this time your target file would be FULLBACK2, so the process would then produce FULLBACK3, and so on.. However my question is.. if you start fresh (assuming the full backup has already been made) you would schedule an incremental backup using the target location as FULLBACK1, and from then on out for whatever date you set it to backup on it would know to use only the target FULLBACK1 on this day. How would the scheduled task know to point to the newly created back up archive each time it is ran? Because for an incremental backup to work you have to choose the latest created archive, in which case.. since this is a scheduled task, it wouldn't know this and FULLBACK1 would remain as the target. Any incite welcome.