In article <dk4ssh$hd4$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> "In Vista/Longhorn server, the file system (NTFS) will start supporting a new
> filesystem object (examples of existing filesystem objects are files,
> folders etc.). This new object is a symbolic link."
> Innovation. Just like Mr. Ballmer promised us!
That's rather confusing, since Windows has had symbolic links since
Windows 2000. (Actually, it has something much more flexible, called
"reparse points", which allow for symbolic links as a subset of what
they can do).
It's not clear what they are talking about for Vista.