I used the following two
Incremental backup - Copies part of the file that is actually modified
Task scheduler - Profiles in DeltaCopy can run based on a schedule
Email notification - Administrators can receive email confirmation on
successful as well as failed transfers One-click restore - Backed up
files can be easily restored. Windows friendly environment - No need
to manually modify configuration files or play around with command
It's based on Windows service
It's more advanced tool. cwRsync is a packaging of Rsync (link is
external) for Windows with a client GUI. You can use cwRsync for fast
remote file backup and synchronization.
cwRsync - Rsync for WindowsRsync uses the Rsync algorithm (link is
external) which provides a very fast method for bringing remote files
into sync. It does this by sending just the differences in the files
across the link, without requiring that both sets of files are present
at one of the ends of the link beforehand. At first glance this may
seem impossible because the calculation of diffs between two files
normally requires local access to both files.
Rsync normally uses ssh for communication. It requires no special
privileges for installation. You must, however, have a working ssh
system. Alternatively, rsync can run in `daemon' mode, listening on a
socket. This is generally used for public file distribution, although
authentication and access control are available.
For very simple sync tasks I would also recommend SyncToy from Microsoft.