I want to make a full system image of my hard drive once a month, preferably using Windows 10's own system image creation tool (but I'll use any tool). Since I have unlimited Google Drive storage from my college, I'd like to save the system images there instead of on an external hard drive. I know that uploading 300+ GB to the cloud can be slow and bandwidth-intensive, but I have a fast connection so it's OK.
Is there any way I can create the Windows 10 system image and have it save directly to my Google Drive? I know that M$ OneDrive lets you save copies of VHD files to the OneDrive but that requires saving to the external drive first -- which I want to avoid.
If this helps, I used "subst" on command prompt to give the Google Drive folder its own drive letter (O:). Maybe that can be considered a network path too?