It is not the first time this issue is being discussed on Connect: the size of incremental backup for Windows Server 2008 is too big. As I can see this happens because of Windows Server system state architecture - it is big thing by design.
And here's the problem (or call it challenge): how to optimize this? How to make (smart) backup of Windows Server without using too much storage space? And another one - how to remediate expired backup?
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Thank you all for replies. I was thinking that if there's no way to optimize in terms of data specifics, maybe there are some recommendations on how often do these kind of backups. What do you think?