My Main PC(the one I use everyday for everything) has a tiny NVME boot drive(C:) and 3 larger drives of various types, each of which has a copy of my important backups(an SSD, SSHD, & regular HDD).
Currently I’ve been using the FreeFileSync automatic tool(opens on startup automatically) to automatically copy/overwrite/rename/delete any changes I make to the backup folder on my SSHD to my other two backup folders on the other(SSD/HDD) drives.
That has been working great so far, but now I need to find a way to automatically synchronize the same backup folder to my Google cloud storage(once a day maybe?).
Thing is I know I can’t sync if the PC isn’t on(I turn mine off when I go to sleep),so I thought about setting up a network share folder to my Plex/NAS box that also has Windows 10 installed.
Another user advised me that I would be able to use Duplicacy to sync that folder on my NAS to my Google cloud storage.
Is it possible to have it set up where If I rename a folder in my SSHD backup(the main one I make changes on and where all other copies come from), FreeFileSync synchronizes it to the network folder, which is then recognized by the FFS installed on my NAS and syncing it there. Then once per day have Duplicacy on my NAS synchronize the NAS backup folder to my Google cloud storage. Effectively keeping 4 drives + cloud storage all synchronized daily.
Does anyone have any advice or any alternative way to set this up?