Is it possible to find the aliases that correspond to a certain folder (and perhaps its sub-directories, too) using Windows cmd? I've tried searching, but it gives me results related to creating aliases for commands, like in Bash. I'm connecting to Windows Server 2008 R2 from a Windows 7 client.
Symbolic links and directory junctions
If you pipe the result to
Unfortunately, this won't tell where the files are located. grep for Windows gives better results:
Note that you have to escape the brackets, double the backslashes and quadruple a trailing backslash.
Because hard links are directly associated to a file by the file system, it's much easier/faster to find them.
To find all hard links to