There are ways to do this if you are on Windows Server but your post doesn't reveal detail.
So let's go with this is a workplace. You have a Windows Server, Active Directory and want it to be auto everything.
Good. Do that with your login script. Plenty of web pages and fine books so we're done.
Hello - I'm trying to find a backup utility that will backup a network drive to the local C: drive automatically, on a schedule, and silently.
It needs to be one that I can setup and export the settings, to import to the other computers. It should then be completely invisible to the users.
I looked at Comodo Backup. That would be perfect except that it doesn't provide a way to include the scheduling in the backup script. I don't want to have to setup the schedule on every computer individually, though if I can do that with a script that the user can just run once, that would be OK.
The resulting backup doesn't necessarily need to be easily opened in Explorer; the users will not be interacting with the backup itself.
The object is to backup each user's Home folder (a network folder) to their C: drive automatically without the user having to do anything. This is strictly a backup of the Home folder; not a working space for them.
If more questions need to be asked, please ask. I'm open to any suggestions.