As of version 6.0.4, Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP) supports volumes that are, or contain, Mount Points (also known as Junctions).
Starting with version 6.0.4, Acronis Files Connect supports sharing out Mount Points or Junctions. The Mount Points can target a drive with or without an assigned drive letter (Volume Label). While Mount Points can be shared out by Acronis Files Connect, Mount Points placed inside existing Acronis Files Connect shares will not appear to the Mac clients, due to the Mac client’s reliance on file and folder ID’s. You can choose the following two options for configuring Acronis Files Connect.
1) Share out the Mount Point itself via Acronis Files Connect For example, for the following hierarchy D:\Share\Folder1, if D:\Share is an existing Acronis Files Connect Volume and Folder1 is a new Mount Point, then create a new share D:\Share\Folder1 in Acronis Files Connect to make this Mount Point available to your Mac clients.
Note: Mac users will not see Folder1 inside the D:\Share volume. Rather they will mount Folder1 as a separate volume.
2) Share out a folder beneath the Mount Point via Acronis Files Connect For example, for the following hierarchy D:\Share\Folder1\SubFolder, if D:\Share is an existing Acronis Files Connect Volume and Folder1 is a new Mount Point, you can create a new Acronis Files Connect Volume for SubFolder
Note: Mac users who mount D:\Shares will not see Folder1, but will mount Subfolder as a new volume.
Additionally, Spotlight search support is not available for volumes that are mount points.