rsync is more of a Linux thing, but I'm using it to update NTFS from a Mac. I went through the list and didn't see a Windows community (but could have missed it).
In case it matters, here's the question: Why does rsync update NTFS directories when the source has not changed?
I'm taking classes with lots of phonetic and grammatical analysis. They've given me an account on a Windows 10 network. Since I am much more comfortable with Mac and Linux (and since the Windows availability hours are limited), I do my work on my Mac laptop. I automounted my NTFS directories, but there's something flaky with their LAN, so that quite often some apps have read-only access or no access at all. Consequently, I work in a local copy and frequently rsync changes. But rsync always updates every NTFS directory—the directory only, never any files (unless I have actually changed the file). Most of those directories, I have never navigated into, yet rsync reports updates all the way down the subduer tree. It's not major—finishes in seconds—but it's still pretty weird.