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I try to merge two folder (from remote Server) into one local directory. It is a deployment issue, on one Server there are two folders \server1\folder1 and \server1\folder2, now i try to merge both folder into c:\NewFolder how can i solve this issue without any Tools like rsync or so?

Can i add something like virtualFolder or symlink who link to the content of this two folders?

THX Rene

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It can be made with subst , please see this example .

Hope this helps .

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THX, but with SUBST i only can assign a folder to a drive letter. But i want to merge two remote folder to ONE local Folder. With SUBST i can't add a second Folder to the created drive – kockiren May 29 '12 at 8:56
You could go with the creation of symbolic links… .Exaple mklink /prefix link_path file/folder_path . – Alex H May 29 '12 at 9:06

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