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I have a NFS share in Windows 2008 mounted in Linux.

If i create a symlink in Linux it works as expected in Linux. In Windows it appears as a file and we can't follow it.

If i create a link in Windows with mklink (mklink /D directory target) it's visible as a link in Windows and as a normal directory in Linux. This is OK.

The problem is that i want to create the links in the Linux side and make them work on both sides.

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Try install Services for Network File System role on Windows Server 2008. – infografik Mar 19 '12 at 16:35
Already installed.I can access the files, just can't create directory links that work in Windows. – Paulo Gonçalves Mar 19 '12 at 16:40
Did you end up finding a solution to your problem? – Ivo Flipse Jul 15 '12 at 17:46

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