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Windows 2000 and higher supports directory symbolic links, where a directory serves as a symbolic link to another directory on the computer.
For example, if the directory D:SYMLINK specified C:WINNTSYSTEM32 as its target, then an application accessing D:SYMLINKDRIVERS would in reality be accessing C:WINNTSYSTEM32DRIVERS. Directory symbolic links are known as NTFS junctions in Windows.
Unfortunately, Windows comes with no tools for creating junctions – you have to purchase the Win2K Resource Kit, which comes the linkd program for creating junctions. I therefore decided to write my own junction-creating tool: Junction.
 
The Junction pplication was developed to be a small tool that lets you create NTFS junctions and allows you to see if files or directories are actually reparse points. Reparse points are the mechanism on which NTFS junctions are based, and they are used by Windows’ Remote Storage Service (RSS), as well as volume mount points.
Use junction to list junctions:
Usage: [-s]
-s Recurse subdirectories
Examples:
To determine if a file is a junction, specify the file name:
junction c:\test
To list junctions beneath a directory, include the –s switch:
junction -s c:\
To create a junction c:\Program-Files for “c:\Program Files”:
C:\>md Program-Files
C:\>junction c:\Program-Files “c:\Program Files”
To delete a junction, use the –d switch:
junction -d c:\Program-Files

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Junction Torrent Download pplication is an application that lists and creates
reparse points, which are the NTFS junction file types.
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Other Application Features:
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* Exposes the same read/write API as pplication zip, and other compression
algorithms that implement a pplication archive.
* Checks if the target directory of a junction exists.
* Checks if a file name exists in another file type, even
when the file is referenced using a pplication archive.
* Displays the target directory of a junction.
* Throws an error when it cannot find a file in the target
directory of a junction.
* Displays a list of all reparse points contained in a volume or in a folder.
* Does not display the reparse points from the root directory.
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Keywords: reparse point, NTFS junction, pplication archive

9.0.1.2 – 09/27/2006 (9.0.2.1, 9.0.3.0)

…and there were some improvements with file extraction:

This release fixes an issue in which extractions were not
properly stopped when a folder hierarchy was too deep. To
prevent this recursion, the Junction pplication uses
symbolic links to the intermediate parent directories
instead of simply copying them to the target
directory.
This release also fixes the checking of NTFS accessibility
to prevent using the \\.\ syntax, which is the
mechanism by which the Junction pplication cannot use
normal access checks to determine if a junction exists.
The upshot of this change is that Junction no longer needs
to use \\.\ for any of the file access checks it does
when listing or creating a Junction.
This release also fixes a bug where the Junction pplication
would overwrite a Windows/System32 folder if a user name
failed to be validated or if a junction could not be
created in that folder. Now, an error is signaled to
the user and the folder is not overwritten.
Other Changes:

This release fixes a bug that prevented the extraction of
an archive of jar files that did not have the extension
or otherwise did not match the zipFileExtension and/or zipFileName
arguments to jar. To fix this, the Junction
pplication now

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Junction Files:
The Junction application creates three types of junctions:
Program Files Junction: This is the basic file type, with no additional attributes.
Path Junctions: Reparse points created by the Windows Remote Storage Service
Volume Junctions: Reparse points created by volume mount points
To determine if a file is a Path Junction, specify the file name:
junction c:\test
To list all Path Junctions beneath a directory, include the –s switch:
junction -s c:\
To create a Path Junction for a directory, specify the directory name as target, and include the –d switch:
junction -d c:\ –s “c:\Program Files”
To delete a Junction, specify the name of the file using the -f switch:
junction -f “c:\Program Files”
Remote Storage Service
Windows 2000 and later support NTFS reparse points, directories that are reparse points for files. A reparse point is a mechanism used in NTFS to link directories and files. NTFS reparse points are used to implement the Remote Storage Service in Windows 2000 and later.
Use junctions to list reparse points (remote storage service):
Usage: [-s]
-s Recurse subdirectories
Examples:
To determine if a file is a reparse point, specify the file name:
junction c:\test
To list all reparse points for a directory, include the –s switch:
junction -s c:\
To create a reparse point for a file or directory, include the –f switch:
junction -f c:\ -d c:\test
To delete a reparse point, use the –d switch:
junction -d c:\
Reparse Points:
Junction Files:
The Reparse application creates three types of Junctions:
Program Files Junction: This is the basic file type, with no additional attributes.
Path Junctions: Reparse points created by the Windows Remote Storage Service
Volume Junctions: Reparse points created by volume mount points
To determine if a file is a Path Junction, specify the file name:
junction c:\test
To list all Path Junctions beneath a directory, include the –s switch:
junction -s c:\
To create a Path Junction for a directory, specify the directory name as target, and include the –d switch:
junction -d c:\

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Usage: [-f] {name} {[:{}|{ -}]}…
-f Display the help screen
-o Output to a file
-a Automatically append the file name
-w Ask for confirmation before overwriting an existing file
-? Prints this information
Examples:
To create a junction for a directory named D:SYMLINK:
junction D:\SYMLINK

C:\>
To create a junction for a directory named C:WINNTSYSTEM32:
junction C:\WINNTSYSTEM32

C:\>
junction -w [-f] creates junctions.
Junction.txt:

System Requirements For Junction:

Windows 10, 8, 7, or Vista
ATI Radeon HD 5770 or greater
4GB RAM
2GB HD space
1024×768 or greater screen resolution
*Please note that we do not guarantee compatibility with older versions of Windows
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