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Microsoft Resource Kits - Windows 2003 Resource Kit

Linkd.exe  (Windows 2003 Resource Kit)

The Window Server 2003 Resource Kit is a set of tools that system administrators and engineers use to manage or support a Windows Server 2003 system. Use it to streamline management tasks such as troubleshooting operating system issues, managing Active Directory, configuring networking and security features, and automating application deployment.
This command-line tool links an NTFS directory to a target object. LinkD grafts the target name directly into the name space at the specified source directory, so that the source directory subsequently acts as a name-space junction. A junction acts as a surrogate, standing in for the target object in the directory tree. The source directory must reside on a drive formatted with NTFS 5.0. The destination or target of the link can be any valid Microsoft® Windows® 2000 directory name, device name, or object name. When the target name does not resolve to a directory or a device, open calls fail.