using symbolic links on windows

Using symbolic links (MKLINK comand) on windows:

Suppose we want to create a link of folder 'e:\source' to c:\target\bridge then, use the following command:

C:\>mklink /d c:\target\bridge e:\source

Syntax : mklink /d TARGET SOURCE_DIR

  • This command creates a link folder "bridge" in c:\target\ where you can see the contents from e:\source.
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