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Crosslinked directories

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Old October 22nd 09, 03:25 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.file_management
Alan Biddle
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Default Crosslinked directories

I seem to have "cross linked" directories. For example:

C:\Documents and Settings\Alan\AppData\Roaming\SatPC32\Kepler

However, they reference the same contents. That is, if you copy a
file to one, it appears in both, and if you delete a file in one, it
disappears from both.

There are literally dozens of them, similar to the above except for
the "\SATPC32\Kepler" part which changes depending on the program

The OS is Vista Business, SP2. Other than being a little confusing,
it does not seem to cause any problems, except my backup files are
larger because of this.

Any help on fixing this, if it needs to be fixed, would be


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