How to safely change a backup task schedule?
I am currently taking a daily backup of my wife's laptop to a NAS. Overkill. Except for a few files in the "Users" directory we could safely rebuild the laptop from a weekly (or probably a monthly) backup. So I am now taking a daily backup of the Users directory - using FTP rather than SMB - so I want to change the full backup's schedule.
I tried changing the schedule yesterday (or maybe I deleted the old task and created a new one with a different schedule) and could not get the changed/replaced task to work. (See https://forum.acronis.com/forum/acronis-true-image-2018-forum/problem-b… if you are interested.) ATI could access the NAS share and its directories during the definition process but not during execution of the task.
I pulled the old task script from a backup and have it working again. I still want to change the schedule but I don't want to risk clobbering the task like I did yesterday. Should I just try modifying the schedule again using the ATI backup definition procedure? Should I manually edit the script? I am not going to delete the old task going to delete the old task and create a new one.
Windows 10 x64 Pro, Intel i7 4771, 3.5Ghz, 16GB desktop;
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QNAP TS-128A NAS (2TB), Synology DS218 NAS (3TB), Synology DS218 NAS (6TB), & WD MyBook 3TB USB 3.0 drive;