Windows Server 2008, RC2. I am trying to create a symbolic/soft link using the mklink command:
mklink /D LinkName TargetDir e.g. c:\temp\>mklink /D foo bar
This works fine if I run the command line as Administrator. However, I need it to work for regular users as well, because ultimately I need another program (executing as a user) to be able to do this.
So, I updated the Local Security Policy via secpol.msc. Under "Local Policies" > "User Rights Management" > "Create symbolic links", I added "Users" to the security setting.
I rebooted the machine. It still didn't work. So I added "Everyone" to the policy. Rebooted. And STILL it didn't work.
What on earth am I doing wrong here? I think my user is even an Administrator on this box, and running plain command line even with this updated policy in place still gives me:
You do not have sufficient privilege to perform this operation.