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Name GAP for creating symbolic link

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recently i took one of your experts advice for sharing a mapped drive. he replied with

MKLink /D C:\RemoteData \\MyNAS\Share it worked out for me but folder which are with name gap like: "projects photos and Videos" are not getting done as others like"projects"
GAP is issue for me

is there any solution to sort out without renaming folders

Thanks for support.

Gagandeep Singh Rawat
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If a file or folder name contains spaces, you need to enclose it in double quotes:
MKLink /D "C:\RemoteData with spaces" "\\MyNAS\Share with spaces"

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Excellent, sorted out the issue.

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