How to organize automatic backup from a PC in the AD domain?

There is a corporate network. PC in the domain, everything works.
Have each PC make a backup of documents "just in case" (i.e. the Director in the safe Deposit box).
Tell me, what is the best way to do this? (So no running around and generally better to not disturb the user).
To mind yet come of the idea of the view: Create [as a] task in the scheduler and deploy via group policy. Or use [any] software that can automatically unfold the network and to pick up the settings (which folders and where to copy).
For the future I plan to make remap folders desktop and documents somewhere on the server in a folder. In the meantime we have to get out.

Oh Yes, it is advisable to put network multithreaded copy, so special thanks for the advice\solutions, where you can steer by time or speed
March 23rd 20 at 19:31
5 answers
March 23rd 20 at 19:33
veeam view
Cool, but it's a monster :)
there are analogues easier ? - rosa.Schowalter24 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:36
March 23rd 20 at 19:35
using powershell bekapit the desired data type \\\$\ WinRM or PowerShell
you can still use the Home folder, Roaming profile, etc.
It is best to store the data centrally and bekapit them centralized.
March 23rd 20 at 19:37
@rosa.Schowalter24 you Can use the backup utility
  • Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows FREE - for example

Or banal syncthing allows you to sync files between PCs.
Or you can take the next(own)cloud with its agents and sync to phones and other devices.
And then there are Google Drive and its analogues.

Choose, I do not called.
March 23rd 20 at 19:39
Allway sync Pro is the perfect solution. It only copies what has changed. Flexibly configured rules. But does not support any policy group. You will need to configure by hand.
March 23rd 20 at 19:41
again, you forget about the scripts.
Turnkey solutions are paid.
The author. On the controller, write the script, which will take a remote folder, say this: \\192.168.0.34\c$\Users\Bob\Desktop
or any other folder and copy it where you want it. For example need rsync ω, say on the NAS: \\nas\backup\host-Bob
Write a batch file and run on the controller on behalf of a domain administrator.
At the appointed time, you will start copying. If computers are not many, then in turn, if many, can be and at the same time, say at night.
Cheap(free) and cheerful, and the brain will not sour:)

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