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Windows 7: Robocopy Script For Incremental, Differential and Full Backup

09 Apr 2017   #1

Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit
Robocopy Script For Incremental, Differential and Full Backup

Dears, Anobody can help me to have a backup script that will help for backup requirement, Please see the details below

My Source Directory is "D:\Source"
My Destinationa Directory is "\\Server\Destination"
I need to meet the following
(1) Need to take fullbackup on every Friday ?
For this I am using the following command on my script ( I tried this it taking Fullbackup without any issues)
ROBOCOPY "D:\Source" "\\Server\Destination" /E /ZB /SEC /SECFIX /R:1 /W:0 /XA:SH /V /NP /TEE /log:\Source\Backup.log

(2) Need to take Incremental Backup on Every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
I dont know how to do this
I need to keep this incremental backups in seperate folders with day names or dates
I mean Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday or corresponding dates
(3) Need to take differential backup on every Thursday
I dont know how to do this
I need to keep this differential backup on a folder called Thursday Or Corresponding Date...
Thanks in Advance for your kind Help

My System SpecsSystem Spec
09 Apr 2017   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate, Service Pack 1, 64 bit

Hello shafialungel, Welcome to W7F. Download the sample script from this link. It'll give you a good baseline to work from. Incremental, Differential and Full backups of files with the script
My System SpecsSystem Spec

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