I have registered Macrium
I have only read that Macrium can manage the disk space via deleting the older full backups.
Can I let Macrium control of how many full backups and differential to be kept.
Besides, can I set Macrium to force a backup image(incremental or differential) to be a full backup image in fixed day or after each certain number of incremental or differential make a full backup image.
In other words, can I let Marium control of the backup image to organize the size of destination.
For instance, if I made a full backup on 1 Saturday, Then, I set it as a deferential and scheduled it.
So, I want Macrium to do these process automatically in the next days:
Keep 1 full backup images.
keep 1 deferential backup images
Make a full backup image every Friday.
I have found this in another program, but unfortunately, it is only for backing data(Data Backups and not Image Backups).
I know that :
If a Full backup is removed from the destination directory then all linked incremental and differential backups will also be removed as these are now invalid.
As differentials are redundant
However, I only want Macrium to keep a certain number of differential backups as long as its parent(full backup is still not removed). Then, I want to delete a full backup when its child(deferential) after two full backups. After that, When it deletes a full backup with its associated backups, I want it to make a full backup each Friday.
In the end, I will end up having one full backup and one deferential each end week(Friday)