I have a windows 7 Professional 64 bit and I want to make symbolic link to a known network on the folder that I have full access permission. The Network computer is windows server 2000. I mapped the folder that I have full access to my windows 7 with H: which redirect me to windows 2000 server where I have full access.
As u know the typical usage of Mlink is (Mklink /D LINK TARGET)
If I use this kind of symbol link where the LINK is on the server that I described I get access denied :
mklink \D h:\test c:\test ( Access Denied)
However; I have no errors if I change the LOCAL and TARGET arguments
mklink \D c:\test h:\test ( successfully done)
It should be something belong to the permission policy as it should make the folder test on (h
if I use the first alternative. But I have full permission on that folder.
Anyone has any idea why I have access denied?