When you are using this command you should know that …
- When using without any parameters it makes symlink between two files … Files are accessible only localy on same machine.
- When using with /D parameter it creates symlinkd link between two folders … linked folder is accessible only localy.
- When using with /H parameter it creates hardlink between two files … This file is normaly accessible over the network and localy.
- When using with /J parameter it creates so called Directory junction that makes folder accessible using different name… It works localy and over the network.
So now you are able to share a folder in which you can put Directory junction folders, that normaly are not shared…