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Using MLINK in Windows XP

Posted on 2012-12-30
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I'm trying to setup MLINK in Windows XP. Apparently it doesn't do it as standard, but it is possible to make it work with XP or duplicate the outcome somehow.

Here's the instructions I have: http://www.ceejay.net/?s=network+drive+on+windows
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it is actually mklink vice mlink and is only available from vista onwards. It is not a part of windows xp

you can use fsutil but it is restricted to the same drive
fsutil hardlink create c:\foo.txt c:\bar.txt

you could try sysinternals junction
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