Disclaimer: I'm sure that there will still be some quirks and issues with this method - I doubt that it is the perfect solution.
This is the essential command:
To create a symbolic link type into the Command Prompt box
: This need to be exactly as per the location of the local machine path
e.g. “c:\Program Files\Common Files\Autodesk Shared\Materials\Textures\bluescope Lysaght”
*Don’t forget to use the double quotes, if it is not identical the library wont work.
e.g. “s:\bluescope Lysaght
*blueScope lysaght is the folder name
Check out this PDF for a more detailed description:
(accessible via SteelSelect page here)
This method is also discussed at:
(but guess what, XP can't handle these symbolic links)