We saw this article. But that does not correspond to the need. We try to create a symlink to a file by mounting a CIFS folder. The New-NcSymlink command only needs two parameters: Symlink and Path. when we return this command we have an error "No such file or Directory". This creates a file but does not point to anything. Is it a problem configuring the netAPP cluster or the Powershell version 9.6 toolkit?
My wording may have confused you. But, what I'm trying to say is, I created a file 'test' and sym linked to 'test_copy' which is actually a symlink created by the first command. Target is simply does not have to exist.
Its mentioned in the article : The '-target is a path or location that does not have to exist. The target path is not checked for validity.
'Test' will create a symlink that points to a non-existent path of /somewhere and the symbolic link itself will be created in the shared folder, in my case qtree_cifs.