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I'd like to able to find all junction links on a whole drive or just given directory. Is it e.g. possible with the Total Commander search plugins? I just can't seem to find any decent solution for this on Windows... I mean I do know that I can run this:

dir /A:D /S

And I will get a list, but with far more then just junctions...

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Using SysInternals tools:

junction -s .

Using only built-ins:

dir/ad/s . | findstr "<JUNCTION>"
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Had to update junction, but it seems to work now (-q for c). Funny that dir+findstr seem to be as fast junction is. I though junction would be faster. Thanks. –  Nux Jun 28 '11 at 22:02

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