I have a dual boot configuration composed of Windows 7 and Windows 10. Both are configured a C: disk as system and D: as data disk, which includes Users directory. And I have also another (physical, too!) disk, let's call it V:, with photos and other stuff.
On Windows 7, to access photos from D: disk I've made a symbolic link (junction) like this (historical reasons):
mklink /j d:\photos v:\photos
And I can fully access all folders in d:\photos. So I tried to do the same on Windows 10, but it's not working properly as I wish. I can enter the d:\photos, but no other sub-directory is accessible neither I can write anything inside d:\photos. But I can access v:\photos without problems...
If I click with the Windows Explorer on for ex. d:\photos\folder1, I get "The system cannot move the file to a different drive". If I check security tab on that folder, I find the message "The requested security information is either unavailable or can't be displayed".
I've already tried a few things, but without success. Can be the problem that C: and D: are on the same SSD, and V: is another HD? Any ideas what to do?