I've seen a few threads that mention doing incremental backups, and maintaining say..two weeks of available backups at any given time. Since TI can't do this by itself, I was trying to think of an easy way to make it happen. After thinking about it, I came up with a fairly simple solution, but it's not fully automatic. If there's a better way, please share it. (one time actions) 1 - Create a folder for your backups - ex: f:\images 2 - Create a subfolder - f:\images\OneWeekAgo 3 - Create a subfolder - f:\images\TwoWeeksAgo 4 - Setup one schedule...say 2am - incremental backups 5 - On Sunday, be sure the root folder for the images is empty (recurring actions) Each Sunday - after the 2am image is complete 1 - Delete f:\images\TwoWeeksAgo\*.* 2 - Move f:\images\OneWeekAgo\*.* to f:\images\TwoWeeksAgo\ 3 - Move f:\images\*.* to f:\images\OneWeekAgo\ That should give you a fairly easy way of having two weeks of backups, not relying on one full image for the whole thing. Note that the delete/move processes could be easily accomplished with a simple batch file. Which, could be scheduled if you really wanted this to be hands off. Thoughts?