I'm using the build in File History feature from Windows 10 to backup my libraries and user folder on a network drive. The feature works nicely, but lacks quite some usability when it comes to configuration and flexibility.
I have a few database (and Outlook) files in my library that regularly get changed leading to a huge amount of backups and space requirements on the network drive. I would like to clean up these few files from time to time without touching my overall backup/retention policy. They should still be backed up - just not every few hours.
File History stores each files individually, but also saves some unknown information in a
Can I safely delete individual files from the file history data folder without breaking the catalog and metadata information?