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the data present in the reparse point buffer is invalid

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I get this error message when trying to create a policy in sbs 2008. I am aware of the fix to remove the file resource manager however I would like to use the file resource manager to block and monitor specific file types, does anyone know a work around?
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The reparse point its likely referring to is C:\Windows\Sysvol\<domain Name>

Can you exclude the C Drive (or whatever drive you have sysvol configured on) from File Resource Management?
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