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Posted on 2004-04-26
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Hi Folks

I dont have any idea of how to make a new link to a existing file, useing the MS-DOS-BOX (win2000), can please help me someone?!

I must do it in case of a installation Script.

THX
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Question by:marcel007
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by:sirbounty
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Not sure what you mean here - you want to create a shortcut to a file (an LNK) via the command line?
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by:marcel007
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Yes, exact!
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Can't be done...
But provide a little more detail as to what you're trying to accomplish and perhaps there's a work-around...
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