Get list of all the junctions present on a disk volume

list of all the junctions present on a disk volume can be obtained by executing dir /aL /s C:\, where "C:" is the volume to scan

to create a junctions use mklink command as described in my other post Hardlinks, Junctions, Symlinks to files or folders

If you prefer Powershell (like me) then notice that since version 5 the commandlets New-Item, Remove-Item, Get-ChildItem support symbolic links

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