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For example, in a system where C: and D: are local drives and Z: is a network drive mapped to \\fred\share, the following references are permitted as a hard link:

• D:\dir1\tinker.txt to D:\dir2\dirx\bell.txt

The following are not:

To delete a hard link, use the DeleteFile function. You can delete hard links in any order regardless of the order in which they are created.

## Junctions

A junction (also called a soft link) differs from a hard link in that the storage objects it references are separate directories, and a junction can link directories located on different local volumes on the same computer. Otherwise, junctions operate identically to hard links. Junctions are implemented through reparse points.

Assuming the same conditions in the Hard Links section, the following references are permitted as junctions:

The following are not: