If that program doesn't automate it, a work-around may be to mount a Macrium partition image backup file, delete the target folder, or all its contents, then just copy into it from the mounted image. The mounted image lets you go into it with Explorer and copy files out(it's mounted as a read-only virtual disk.) If the backed up folder has zillions of files you may need to use a program like RichCopy to copy the files from the image. Thousands of files and Explorer will spend hours calculating how many files it's going to copy once it gets around to it. RichCopy is a command line copy program with a Gui front end. It's a freebie written by an MS employee. Google should find it.
RichCopy will start the copy process right away. No lag while calculating totals. (I copied a Windows.old folder over the network to my backup USB external drive... over 200,000 files and folders without a hiccup.)