Test restore from BackupExec created a mount point that links to original volume in Windows 2003

We performed a test restore of a few files to an alternate location that were backed up using Veritas 9.1.  The files were stored on a mounted NTFS volume.  c:\mounts\datastore (points to a volume on Disk1 - a second physical harddisk).  The alternate restore path was c:\testrestore\.  Veritas created c:\testrestore\mounts\datastore\  with datastore folder mounted to the volume on disk1 (a second mount to the same volume that c:\mounts\datastore points to); however, that mount path does not show up in disk management.  How do I get rid of that newly created mount?
jpresweberAsked:
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sirbountyCommented:
What happens if you remove the original mount point?
themusicloverCommented:
if the tape was running on another computer before make sure u dont have to import the media
jpresweberAuthor Commented:
I found the answer - to remove the mount point that doesn't show up in disk management use have to use the mountvol commandline utility.  When restoring there is an option to preserver junction points or not - you choose not to restore.
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