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Dougiefresh

Listing all Junction points on a system

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I need to list all partitions that have been linked to folders on any drive. How can I do this? Any assistance would be appreciated! Thanks!

EDIT: Second question: would it be possible to change the icon of that folder, similar to changing the icon for a particular drive by way of the registry? Thanks!

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Code65536 on the RyanVM forum posted about this:

you'll want to take a look at this:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa364041.aspx

(unfortunately, they don't provide a code sample; earlier editions of the documentation, like the one that I have from 2001, do include a sample; but the API is sufficiently simple that you probably won't need it anyway)

I've looked at the API, but I'm not sure how to implement the calls in AutoIt. Can anybody help me? It would be appreciated.

ptrex: I appreciate the information about FSUTIL, but I'm looking for a way to locate the partition-to-junction points as well. The link provided above is part of another set of function calls that might be able to locate all the information I'm needing. If you could look at it, I'd greatly appreciate it! Thanks!

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