Alex Pankratov :
Jun 02, 2021This means that this particular file (folder?) is marked as a reparse point of type 68.
Reparse points are not "real" files or folders, but rather constructs that are normally implemented by an additional piece of software. This particular type - 68 - doesn't come from Microsoft. It is also not on a list of reparse point types allocated by Microsoft to other companies, so I have no idea what it stands for.
The override you need to add if you'd like to ignore this item is
Here, 00000044 is 68 in hexadecimal format.