Once a symlink is created using mklink, is there any way to find the link target, other than parsing the output of dir command ?
As an example, junction.exe will return the substitute name when called with a junction as a first argument.
You can use junction.exe on links made with mklink or you can use the GUI tool NTFSLinksView
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