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I am using Windows 7 and have successfully mounted an nfs drive using the Windows NFS Client. I would now link to symlink (or create a junction in different terminology) a folder to a location on a native NTFS drive. Is this at all possible or is there another way to accomplish this?

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You can use mklink /d to create a directory entry that point to a network share. I haven't tested with NFS.

Note: you need to run this with elevated permissions

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I think mklink only works on local drives. – Jason Christa Apr 29 '11 at 1:27
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Not true. I tested before posting. We use it in production – uSlackr Apr 29 '11 at 3:18

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