I've created several directory junctions with (f.ex. mklink /j c:\x c:\y\z\b).
Windows Explorer.exe shows the junctions with an arrow icon but how can I view the destination of the junctions in windows explorer?
I know, I could go the cmd.exe and type "dir" to view the destination, but I would like to display them in a user-friendly fashion in windows explorer, I tried every possible column to display but none of those displayed the destination.
This functionality doesn't exist natively in Explorer, however there are a number of 3rd party Explorer extensions that will show you junctions and other NTFS artifacts. Here is one that is pretty good: http://schinagl.priv.at/nt/hardlinkshellext/hardlinkshellext.html
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