I was just creating a directory junction and had to use mklink. My question is what does mk stand for in the word mklink? And why does the first folder have to be removed to create the link when doing something like
mklink /J "C:\Users\glenc\Apple\MobileSync\Backup" "E:\itunes-backups"
I had to rename Backup as Backup2 so there wasn't a folder before I could use the mklink. At lease now I can finally have my Windows Store iTunes backup files on another HDD now.