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creating a drive (letter) that is a link to a folder [closed]

on my home pc I want to simplify things when it falls to accessing my home folder, so I would like to make my c:\Users\myusername folder pointing to a virtual drive created ad-hoc, such as Y:. In this ...
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Permissions within Windows symlink to a Samba share

I have a Samba shared folder on an Ubuntu box which I can access from my Windows 7 PC and within which, as a non-administrator Windows user, can create and update files and folders. However, when I ...
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Root Relative Symbolic Links Not Resolving Properly (Windows)

According to the MSDN Documentation on Creating Symbolic Links, root relative symbolic links (those starting with "\") should resolve relative to the drive that the symlink is accessed from. I have a ...
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Following Windows SymLinks in network shares

I have a shared folder, let's call it e:\folder2\ 'Everyone' has read permission to the share and file system. From a command line, with pwd at e:\folder2\ I ran mklink /D slF1 e:\folder1 ...
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Can I symlink my Windows data to another hard drive?

When I upgrade to Windows 7, I would like to keep the Windows installation and my data separate. Possibly install Windows itself on a small SSD for the performance gain. I know I can tell Windows ...