Thanks for the pointers, tperfitt!
I read that in your online documentation, though, that a new Winclone image was necessary, and did create that as well before contacting your support team. But even after doing all that it would still finish the incremental backup in a few seconds without any bytes added to the newly created full backup.
What constitutes a “dirty filesystem”? In my logs that I sent you, did anything in there suggest that my Windows filesystem is dirty and that that was the cause?
It’s going on 1am here in Berlin, so I will call it a night and hopefully get around to doing yet another full backup and trying an incremental one yet again, just to make sure that I covered all the avenues.
You have my logs, so please do tell me whether they look dirty?
Just don’t wanna keep banging my head against the wall and waste valuable time when all it really is is dirt in my filesystem.
How would I even know? What would be the Windows command prompt command to check for such a thing and correct it, if necessary. I’m mostly a Mac person, so my Windows chops are, well, not very choppy at all.
@DeltaForce11, would you be so kind and post back your results? It would be encouraging if you got it to work on your end as well.
G’nite from Berlin everyone!