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  1. Hi all, I need to make a dircopy function that correctly handle symlink and junction without duplicating files and folder. Let's try to be more precise I have the following directory structure My folder---+ | |-- Local.file (regular file) |-- local folder (regular folder) |-- Target.symlink (symlink to file Local.file) |-- target.folder.symlink (symlink to folder local.folder) |-- target.folder.junction (junction to folder D:\PAC_Launchers\test\local.folder) 22/03/2016 21:42 10 Local.file 22/03/2016 21:41 <REP> local.folder 22/03/2016 21:42 11 Target.file 22/03/2016 21:40 <REP> Target.folder 22/03/2016 15:16 <JONCTION> target.folder.junction [D:\PAC_Launchers\test\local.folder] 22/03/2016 15:15 <SYMLINKD> target.folder.symlink [local.folder] 22/03/2016 07:42 <SYMLINK> Target.symlink [Local.file] To do so, i need to be able to identify that a file or a folder is a Symlink or Junction. And in that case I need to know the target of the symlink or junction. Does any of you have an idea or a script to do so. Gilles
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