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Is there a way to create a 'trackable' link (~hard link) to a folder on Windows (Windows XP in particular)?

Lets suppose that there are: a folder and a junction point or a symlink to that folder When the original folder is moved to a new location, both the junction point and the symlink fail (point to ...
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Creating a merge of two directories using symlink on Windows

Is it possible to combine two separate directories into the same place on Windows using symbolic links? Something like this: mklink /J c:\Merged c:\Data\Dir1 mklink /J c:\Merged c:\Data\Dir2 Which ...
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Office 2010 documents via Windows 7 symlinks on network share very slow in comparison to network path access

Client: Windows 7 Premium, Office 2010 Pro Plus, both fully patched. Server: Samba 3.5.10 on CentOS6 (SELinux enabled), Shadow copies enabled. Link speed: 1MBps. As Windows 7 doesn't like me to use ...
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Shared Cygwin Install

I'm attempting to set up OpenSSH on a bunch of Windows Server 2003 machines in an automated fashion. My goal is to be able to do so using a single version of Cygwin installed on a network drive ...
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windows symbolic file links arn't followed through network access

I have a server with win7 and a big share on C:\share In this share there are many symbolic links to files on other local disks like C:\share\file.txt(symlink) <-> D:\file.txt I can access the ...
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Some GUI for mklink?

Do you know some GUI tool to create Hardlinks/SoftLinks/Junctions?