TWO ERRORS BEING ADDRESSED HERE:
targetfolder readlink C:\Users\user\folderholdingtarget: The system cannot find the file specified.
Failed to create folder root directory mkdir \?: The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorrect.
Cryptomator normally unlocks your encrypted files and displays them in a temporary mounted drive. That drive by default, for Windows, is F:. I attempted to sync a folder to that directory, but got an error like this. The directory location is correct and the test folder is present as well.
I created a new folder, 1EVM, in my users folder and then pointed Cryptomator to that folder. I did this to bypass the mount issue from the previous image. Even though the folder is recognized as just that by the system on creation, the folder is turned into a mounted volume when Cryptomator sends the decrypted files there for user interaction.
WHAT 1. LOOKS LIKE ON THE GUI (target folder is inside ~\1EVM directory)
I don’t know if this is considered a virtual drive, but I think it’s something that should be investigated. I was able to get it to work temporarily when I created a new folder, pointed Cryptomator to it, unlocked the vault and pointed Syncthing to that same directory. Once I restarted the system then that’s when 1. came up. Even with 1. showing all the files where there. I think the errors reported something about recursion detection.