I'm trying to create a symbolic link on a NAS which points to another location on the same NAS.
Here is what I did.
C:\> fsutil behavior set SymlinkEvaluation L2L:1 R2R:1 L2R:1 R2L:1
C:\>fsutil behavior query SymlinkEvaluation
Local to local symbolic links are enabled.
Local to remote symbolic links are enabled.
Remote to local symbolic links are enabled.
Remote to remote symbolic links a
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