MKLINK is an internal TCC command that creates NTFS symbolic, hard, and soft file links. You can call the mklink provided by cmd, from PowerShell to make symbolic links: cmd /c mklink You must pass /d to mklink if the target is a directory. For hard. When I shift-right-click on a folder I had been able to "open command window here". NOTE: I am NOT INTERESTED in the registry hack to put. While creating and using these types of standard shortcuts is simple, Windows also comes with a little command-line tool call MKLink, which. This feature is only supported for Sync for Windows version or later. To link your folder, run the Mklink command with the necessary folder information.