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I'm trying to find a way to list all recursive shortcuts in the command prompt. I remember reading something about this a while back, but my google fu isn't delivering the information that I'm looking for. Does anyone know about this? I don't want to list all files in a directory recursively, I want to list all recursive shortcuts in the file system. Does such a method exist? Thanks.
I'm not sure what you're asking, specifically. Are you trying to list all .LNK files that refer to themselves? I'm not sure such a utility exists. If you mean something like NTFS junctions or hard links, then you may be in better luck.