FBackup4.4 has a simple interface and friendly wizards for setting up backup profiles that will prompt you to define: Where you want to store backups (destination). What you want to back up (objects). How you want to back up data (using full backup followed by zip archiving, or you want an exact copy of the original data without archiving it). When you want to backup (you can schedule tasks to run automatically, or perform them at your discretion). Once set up FBackup allows you to easily backup data from local drives (including USB drives) to other USB/Firewire drives, or to connected network shares. It is possible to create standard zip archives (when full backup mode is used), or exact copies of the source without performing packaging (using mirror backup mode).
It is forbidden to add a source from the local network, even if you connect the resource as a network drive. But it can store the archive in the local network. It can work in the mirror mode. You can set the filter of archived files by extension. It makes only one archive without accumulation, and therefore can not set the depth of these archives, for example, always 3 pieces. But it is not bad.