When running a Job, you receive the following exception:
Message: Your job monitors a Reparse Point for a folder junction, mount point, or another type of folder redirection. File changes in the folder may not be detected if the folder is redirected. You must use a Schedule without using a Change Journal to ensure that file changes are processed. You may also exclude this folder from this job and separately reference the true folder location.
When a NTFS volume contains a Reparse Point, there are no Change Journal actions for that redirected folder because the final destination resides on a different volume. These cannot be processed in real-time using the Change Journal.
You can exclude the folder from processing by expanding the Job,
You can exclude the folder from processing by expanding Job, clicking on Rule and adding an exclusion in the "This rule applies to the following subfolders" field. For example, if the folder was Folder within the root path:
\ | -\Folder\
The monitor needs to be stopped and restarted for the change to take effect.
You can then configure another Job to process only folder by setting the following in the "This rule applies to the following subfolder" field in the Rule within the new Job:
This Job can be run under a Schedule. You will want to turn off Change Journal support so a scan is performed. This is done by clicking on the Job and then going to the Root Paths tab. Click on the path with the Reparse Point and click on Edit. Click on the Options tab and uncheck "Monitor folder for content changes." This will tell the Job to always do a full scan of that path.
You can also run the entire Job under a Schedule if you choose.