At this time there is no setting that will allow us to specify how long to keep back ups. The only thing I could suggest is to set up a script to delete old back ups. You could do this by mapping a drive with NSS admin user credentials and running the script against the mapped drive.
Hopefully I am wrong and someone else will post a better solution.
sorry for the late reply, but i would try to change the path from \RAIDA\* to "\RAIDA\Volume\*" and by using the NSS admin account you should be able to copy recursively. The difference is that you will not include system directories and also you will be copying files that have permissions directly applied to them. If you are still having problems you may want to call SBSC and open a case.
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