How do I create a symlink in C:\Windows\System32 on Windows 10

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    michiel

    Hi Brandon,

    I replied to your duplicate question in our Help Desk, but I will add my reply here as well so the community can benefit. Did you try to add the <wrapInScript> option?

    <runProgram>
        <abortOnError>0</abortOnError>
        <program>mklink</program>
        <programArguments>/D %WinDir%\System32\plugins C:\epic\bin</programArguments>
        <wrapInScript>1</wrapInScript>
    </runProgram>

     

     

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