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    What's the difference between junction points, symbolic links and mounting points in Windows 7?

    If one or more are similar, why use one over the other?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CWBillow View Post
    What's the difference between junction points, symbolic links and mounting points in Windows 7?

    If one or more are similar, why use one over the other?
    For your reading pleasure:

    Assign a mount point folder path to a drive & Volume Mount Point - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Windows Vista Junction Points & NTFS junction point - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Symbolic Links (Windows) & Symbolic link - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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    Joe, now I'm sure that I don't understand. I grok the intention, and sort of the path to get thee, but it is way more than I can trust myself to try right now...

    Oh well, thanks though.

    Chuck
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