Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP) supports AFP sharing of directories that are mount points (also known as junctions), or directories that are contained within a mount point.
Acronis Files Connect supports sharing out data stored in NTFS mount points via AFP in three ways:
1) Share out the mount point itself via Acronis Files Connect. For example, in the hierarchy
Folder1 is a mount point, then create a share for
D:\Data\Folder1 in Acronis Files Connect to make this mount point available to Macs using AFP.
2) Share out a directory contained within the mount point via Acronis Files Connect. For example, in the hierarchy
Folder1 is a mount point, you can create a Acronis Files Connect Volume for
3) Using the Acronis Files Connect Search Only Volume feature, as documented in the "Search only" section at Configuring Your First Shared Volume.