It is quite troubling that I have spent the better part of an hour searching for an answer to a simple question, only to come up empty handed.
The otherwise friendly UI of Norton 360 gives no hint re: versions of the selected files and folders that get backed up (what is reffered to as a 'backup set').
What I mean is, let's say I have a folder called 'Documents' that has a lot of subfolders and quite a lot of files in it. This gets backed up 'automatically' to the cloud.
Now let's say one day I decided to delete one of the subfolders inside this 'Documents' folder on my computer. Is this folder deletion 'synced' afterwards to my cloud backup? Or is nothing ever removed/deleted from the cloud backup?
What I mean is, is there any way to select previous versions of a specific folder/subfolder? And if different versions do exist (which I would assume they do, seeing as this is marketed an 'anti-ransomware' protection), how many are kept in the cloud?
Let's say someone gets a ransomware infection and has his files encrypted, but they are away and don't notice until these 'changes' have been uploaded to Cloud Backup. Surely there must be a way to select, for example, to restore the folders & files as they were 5 or 6 versions ago.. right?
Can anyone shed some light on this question?
Thanks in advance!