Cannot create a file when that file already exists (mklink on Windows 10)

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Cannot create a file when that file already exists (when using mklink)

Suppose you used the syntax:

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mklink /J C:\Documents\Test C:\Users\Name\OriginalFolder
You must not have a folder named "Test" or whatever, as the command will create it (along with the symlink). So if you already created that folder, try with a folder name that does not exist.


 

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