Optimal scheme of windows server backup?

Hello. I have a task to configure a backup for winserver. It is used as a terminal server and file storage(PFS), bekapit need "on the fly" - users are working around the clock.

After a night of gugleniya sketched this:
  • rent a separate server for backups and pick up at the store Bareos;
  • incremental backup is done daily FKH tools Bareos is poured into the storage;
  • once a week with NTBackup creates a backup of the system and develops near FKH, then Bareos does a full backup of FKH and system backup and fills in a vault.
  • incremental backups older than 2 weeks and full backups older than one month are deleted.


The invisibility of the backup process for the users should ensure that use VSS(Volume Shadow Copy Service).
I would also like every 2 weeks to do an integrity check of backup, but not yet able to do Bareos or need your bike to fence.

Well and actually questions:
is it normal that the backup scheme? what's missing? what is superfluous?
is there any point in the system bekapit native utility or Bareos is also can?
June 27th 19 at 15:07
1 answer
June 27th 19 at 15:09
you are using physics or VM ?
Physicist. Rent a dedicated server in DC. - gina_Harv commented on June 27th 19 at 15:12

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