Backup's process for deciding to do a full vs. incremental is illustrated in
this graphic: http://cfsbloggers.members.winisp.ne...crementall.jpg
I am not sure how closely this is tied to what you're seeing in Task
Scheduler though. In other words, if you kill that task, would we never
follow this flowchart? I don't have the answer to that. The Backup team's
advice is to avoid making changes directly to the scheduled task.
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"Tim Thein" <TimThein@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Running the Task Scheduler as Administrator, and looking under Task
> Scheduler>Task Scheduler Library>Microsoft>Windows>WindowsBackup, I see a
> task called "CheckFull" and its description stating, "This scheduled task
> checks if a full backup should be run."
> I'd like to know how it determines when a new full backup should be run.
> Could someone provide some documentation on this?