Problem with links

I decide to move a folder to another hard drive and then MKLINK a "connection" back to its original position. Eg, moved the Music folder from C:\Users\Me\Music to E:\Music, delete the Music folder from C, and mklink /j C:\Users\Me\Music E:\Music

That worked.

Now if I want to break that link, what do I do? If the answer is RD, will that just break the link or will it remove the directory and its contents?
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eschampAuthor Commented:
Too much to wade through to get to the actual answer/explanation.
Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information SystemsCommented:
"MKLINK cannot use to delete symbolic link. To remove a symbolic link, simply delete them as if you’re removing a normal file. Just make sure you don’t delete the original file."

"To delete a symbolic link to a file or directory, the following command line syntax can be used (in each case, "linkname" specifies the name of the symbolic link to be deleted):
For links to files:
• del linkName
For links to directories:
• rmdir linkName "
eschampAuthor Commented:
@paulmacd True but examples are most helpful to us non-experts.
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