Where are "User Sync Profiles" stored in the Synology file system?

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Where are "User Sync Profiles" stored in the Synology file system?

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Synology Drive Admin Console let's you specify User Sync Profiles.
In these profile you can specify file filters such that certain files (e.g. .exe, .tmp, ...) don't get synced for a specific user or user group.
Does anyone know where Synology Drive Admin Console stores the User Sync Profiles?

You can configure similar settings in the Synology Drive Client via Sync Rules > File Filter.
On macOS, the client stores these settings on a per-synctask basis, in ~/.SynologyDrive/data/session/

My assumption is that Synology Drive Admin Console also stores these settings in a file(s) somewhere.
 

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