Trying to create a symbolic link to a directory on networked computer. The directory has a space in the name.
This works fine:
mklink /d "C:\Jobs" "\\BECFILESERVER01\Documents\Jobs"
but I want my link to point to a sub-directory called "Commercial Jobs" I have tried this:
mklink /d "C:\Jobs" "\\BECFILESERVER01\Documents\Jobs\Commercial Jobs"
It creates the link but I get an error when I try to access the link through windows explorer:
"Location is not available. C:\Jobs refers to a location that is unavailable...."
Any ideas why this doesn't work?