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Mar 04, 2014 MS-DOS and Windows command line mklink command mklink /d \Docs \Users\Hope\Documents. The example command above would create a symbolic link called Docs to the \Users\Hope\Documents directory, even if the directory does not exist. If the link is successfully created, you will see a message similar to the one shown below. Hard Links and Junctions - Win32 apps | Microsoft Docs

I have just tried this and it worked okay. I created a boot-time RAM disk on E:\, then created a symbolic link with mklink /D as mklink /D test E:[/b] and the test folder kept pointing at E:\ after a reboot. Make sure you're using the latest version of RAM disk (3.4) which came out yesterday as it may be a fixed issue.

Jul 16, 2013 MKLINK - Create NTFS symbolic, hard, and soft links File Selection . Supports command dialog, attribute switches, extended wildcards, ranges, and include lists.Date, time, size, or file exclusion ranges anywhere on the line apply to all source files. Use wildcards with caution on LFN volumes; see LFN File Searches for details.. Usage: If you don't specify a target or any options, MKLINK will display information on the link (including OpenAFS 3 ForceBindIP GUI to Easily Bind Windows Application to

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symlinker: Create Symlink, Hardlink, And Directory Oct 18, 2011 Moving the EA Document to a different Drive? — The Sims Forums litabelaqua - the mklink command should work in Win 8 but again there are problems as noted above. Sincerbox - It looks like your solution may be the same only with a gui front end. I'm going thru this with Ubuntu. Many commands have gui front ends and do the same thing. Hard links, Junction Points and Soft links in Windows