As a consequence, no restore function is included.
Backups are defined as 'sets'. Thus, different definitions can be made, as independant backups. Input: one can select files, trough wildcard or not, or directories. A mixture of any source is possible, as well from local files as from network shares. Output: Always in zip-format. local output, network shares, or even ftp-location. Reporting: A history of the backups is maintained. Notification: A mail can be send with the backup report, when an smtp-server is available. Automated backup: Backups can be sheduled trough the standard 'at' command of windows. The creation of the at-commands is done trough the program. Other features: Passwords from network and ftp locations can be saved, encrypted. Many other features are included, like pre and post backup processing, remote backup via ftp or scp,...
If someone would like extra features, just ask me, I will see what I can do.