Check the other article I wrote about Dropbox.
While playing with the mklink, I made a mistake of trying something new:
mklink /D S t:S
Remember that the Dropbox folder was located in T:S.
So, basically I created a circular reference… and this is what happened:
This is what was transferred until when I stopped the Dropbox program after receiving errors that I run of space:
Apparently, Dropbox doesn’t have any kind of loop detection.
I will let them know that…
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