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QuestionRe: TO EVRY BODY html path in .lnk file Pin
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Richard MacCutchan27-May-11 3:05
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Luc Pattyn wrote:
LNK file isn't text

Yes, and that is the problem. A URL link (correctly constructed) is a text file and can be read easily. A .lnk file uses some internal Microsoft (not published) structure, and you can only access its content through the IShellLink interface. The file that the OP has is a 'normal' .lnk file but its path contains a URL, which is illegal. So, you cannot read it as a text file and the IShellLink functions will not give you access to its contents either. Catch 22.
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