[OpenAFS] when openafs becomes a windows IFS
Christopher D. Clausen
Tue, 22 Jul 2008 15:39:56 -0500
Jeffrey Altman <email@example.com> wrote:
> A symlink is not an object that Windows knows how to describe.
> It is reported to Windows as a directory if it points to a
> directory and as a file if it points to a file. The behavior you
> are seeing is the behavior that Windows provides when you delete
> a directory. It deletes all of the files under the directory
> and then the directory.
> To remove a symlink, use
> right click for the context menu
> select AFS
> Select Symlink
> Select Remove
There is also a symlink.exe command line binary.
Would using mount points instead of symlinks to directories help with