I have the following folder structure on a teamsite:
Vegetables | |--- Carrot |--- Tomato Fruits | |--- Banana
My final goal is to have folder
Fruits and to communicate to
Vegetables visitors that the
Tomato folder is moved.
Fruits, and to prevent that people who visit the
Vegetables folder are confused, I created a link to
However, people who sync both
Fruits folders with OneDrive for Business now see an
.aspx file in
Vegetables. When they click on it, various things can happen (based on what program is associated with
.aspx), but they're not transported to
What I tried
I tried creating a
.lnk file (a regular shortcut in Windows Explorer).
This doesn't work as
.lnk files point to an absolute path.
If my OneDrive for Business syncs the
Fruits folder they end up in:
.lnk file in the
Vegetables folder would point to
c:\Users\my_user\org\teamsite\fruits\tomato and when it's synced to
.lnk file points to a non-existent location.
This tool creates relative '.lnk' files.
So now it points to
This relative shortcut unfortunately does not work for other users for an unknown reason.