Posted on July 21, 2018 at 2:38 pm
On Windows 7 and Windows 10 you can delete a junction from command-line.
You can use rmdir (rd) to delete junctions on Windows ,example:
cmd /c "rmdir C:\Server\"
If rmdir gives you Access Denied error, try to use fsutil:
fsutil reparsepoint delete "C:\Server\"
More info here: Fsutil reparsepoint | Microsoft Docs
Additionally, you can use Junction (by Windows Sysinternals) like this:
junction -d "C:\Server\"
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