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    I once read an article in WS which described a method of making a program and/or data "appear" to be PHYSICALLY on the C drive. One use that was mentioned was that certain games insisted that their program/data be physically found on the C drive. The method described was not a redirect, or virtual CD. It was just very clever - and which is why I cannot recall any keywords to search for the WS article. (It was not about ADS [alternate date streams.) Any help would be appreciated. Thank you. 03-27-10 12:40PM PDT

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    I believe you mean "junction points". Found this link for WINDOWS 7.

    http://www.rekenwonder.com/linkmagic.htm

    I am using Junction Link Magic myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sven-Olof Gransten View Post
    I believe you mean "junction points". Found this link for WINDOWS 7.

    http://www.rekenwonder.com/linkmagic.htm

    I am using Junction Link Magic myself.
    Dear Mr. Gransten - Thank you so very much for your reply. I also used your reference to find the WS article where I first read about Symbolic Links: Windows Secrets Newsletter Issue 222 2009-11-19.
    Again. Thank you.
    Uday R. Sawhney, CPA

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