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vista bug? shortcut to junction

 
 
madlexa@gmail.com
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      23rd Nov 2008
Hi, I'm trying to move c:\users\...\pictures to other place. I created
directory d:\pictures, than I created junction from c:\users\...
\pictures to d:\pictures. It works fine until I logout. When I login
again shortcut "Pictures" in "Favorite Links" in file open dialog
don't work, and it's icon is blank. This works fine with windows xp.

If I create directory d:\testdir, than junction from d:\testjunc to d:
\testdir, than shortcut to d:\testjunc, it's not working. But if I
create directory d:\testjunc, than shortcut to it, than remove this
directory and create junction from d:\testjunc to d:\testdir, shortcut
works fine.
 
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      23rd Nov 2008
On Sun, 23 Nov 2008 04:03:05 -0800 (PST), "(E-Mail Removed)"
<(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

>Hi, I'm trying to move c:\users\...\pictures to other place. I created
>directory d:\pictures,


Good to that point.

Right-click the original Pictures, then...

Properties - Location - Move
 
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