What I meant John, was that this directory already exists. It exists as a link though, but that does not matter to you. The whole purpose of this is for backwards compatibility in cases like yours. So, you don't need to set anything up, it's already there. The reason you don't see it in windows explorer is that it's hidden. Thus if everything will work as it should, your program will show you the files that are located in the Users folder while thinking it is accessing the Documents and Settings. So, just install it and run. You might need to use compatibility mode and possibly run it with elevated privileges, but that depends on what the program actually does, meaning whether it wants to write to secured locations.