Microsoft has provided Hlscan.exe to display NTFS Junction Points.
When you open a CMD.EXE window and type hlscan /?, you receive:
Commands available are: * hlscaN \[/log \[location\]\] Scans the current volume. * hlscaN /all \[/log \[location\]\] Scans all NTFS volumes on the local system. * hlscaN /dir <directory name> \[/log \[location\]\] Scans recursively from <directory name> * hlscaN /file <file names> \[/log \[location\]\] Scans only files specified by <file names> (non recursively) * hlscaN /? Print this help. \[/log \[location\]\] is an optional switch to log the results to a file in addition to printing them on the screen. "Location" defaults to Hlscan.log in the current directory.NOTE: See tip 6705 » What are the free Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit tools?