For a true symbolic link, drop to a command prompt and try along the lines of:
mklink /d divardo d:\DivardoWasHere
Accessing divardo on C: via command line or in Windows Explorer points to D:\DivardoWasHere. In the above screenshot, you can clearly see the symbolic link name "mm" redirects to a folder on another drive.
Of course, this also applies to moving or copying files. For example if you where at the command line @ root of C: and had a ton of .jpg files in C:\Pictures you could simply type copy c:\Pictures\*.jpg \divardo . Result would be all files would actually be copied to D:\DivardoWasHere.
(Edit: To remove the symbolic link, from root of C:\, you would enter rmdir \divardo and to wipe the D:\DivardoWasHere you would enter rmdir /s d:\DivardoWasHere).
Edited by ManMountain, 21 February 2008 - 03:22.