hevanw Posted February 4, 2022 Report Share Posted February 4, 2022 I'm currently still on Retrospect 12 Desktop. Considered upgrading to 18, but at first sight there is nothing really compelling to upgrade for. The one thing that confuses me though, is with respect to parallel backups. The Feature Comparison matrix at https://www.retrospect.com/en/products/compare says that Desktop has 4 concurrent operations. I read this like there can be 4 concurrent executions (e.g. backups) in the engine. However, I then ran across an explanation of Storage Groups (which is only available in the more expensive Server versions) and that one says : "Protect an entire backup environment up to 16x faster with a single, centralized destination that Retrospect can use simultaneously. With Storage Groups, customers can run parallel backups to the same disk or cloud destination, reducing the backup window." which clearly seems to suggest that without Storage Group you can only backup 1 client at a time ?! Can anyone clarify ? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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