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Windows 2000 Junction Points

, 5 Jan 2000 368.8K 2.6K 83
Explains how reparse points are used to create filesystem links
// Copyright 2000 Mikael Nordell (
// Distributed without warranties. Use as you see fit, except for
// commercial purposes.
#if !defined(TMN_FSLINKS_H)

#include "TMN_Win2k.h"

namespace FSLinks {

BOOL CreateJunctionPoint(LPCTSTR szMountDir, LPCTSTR szDestDir);
BOOL DeleteJunctionPoint(LPCTSTR szMountDir);
DWORD GetJunctionPointInfo(	LPCTSTR szMountDir,
							LPTSTR  szDestBuff,
							DWORD   dwBuffSize);

}	// namespace FSLinks

#endif	// TMN_FSLINKS_H

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