In windows 7 I had a folder in "C:\Users\myusername\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs" that was a symlink to a UNC path on a network share. That folder (and the programs inside it) was then available from the Start Menu->All Programs menu.
When I upgraded to Windows 10, that folder doesn't appear in Start Menu->All Apps. It doesn't seem to matter whether the symlink is to a local folder or a network share, or whether it's a symlink or a junction.
Any thoughts about how to accomplish this on Windows 10?