OS: Windows 10 Home.
After reading the difference between a directory junction and a symlink, it is clear, that these two things are different.
What is not clear after reading How do I create junctions or directory symbolic links in Windows 10?, is whether I should create both the junction and the symlink, here I am confused.
We have a local computer, into which we are adding a second HDD and want to store one directory symlink and / or junction in it.
The original directory is:
The destination directory is:
But the application mustn't know it is actually writing to drive E:.
Therefore I came up with an idea of creating symlink / junction.
Disclaimer: I am Linux user, please don't ruin me for this question.