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About Herr_Sandro

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  1. Thank you for the quick reply! I am definitely looking for a user friendly software that specifically supports windows clients. More of a 'set and forget' type deal, if you're catching my drift. A non tech savvy person should be able to use it, preferably. Thanks again. -Sandro
  2. Hey Guys. I have had some data loss issues in the past, and am now setting up a home server from an old Ivy bridge PC. The hardware part is no problem for me, but i am having trouble choosing the right software for my desired setup. I included a little sketch for clarity but here is what I'm trying to accomplish, listed by priority: 1. I want to use the server as a secure location for our 2 PCs to back themselves up to. For that i will run two 1TB hard drives in RAID 1. 2. I want to use the server as a NAS for game-files and the so such. For that i will either just use an old 2TB disk or build a JBOD array with some more old hard drives. 3. Id like to set up a Plex server to be access by our TV. But this isn't super important to me, more of a bonus. For the server itself I was gonna use FreeNAS, but I'd be willing to buy Unraid if you guys deem it better for my usecase. What I really need help with is the backup software. I want the software to make backups of our 2 PCs on a regular basis (once or twice a week) and I want it to automatically delete old backups so that we always have 2 or 3 weeks of backups available. It should obviously be able to use NAS as its backup directory. I am ok with paying something upfront for the software but i don't prefer a subscription based solution. If you need any further information, I will gladly provide it. Thank you guys very much! - Sandro