Add File Shortcut to Task

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When I try to add a shortcut file to the Add Files section, it copies the target file to somewhere in the c:\Users\blah blah blah… I want a shortcut in the task to the actual target file in it's original folder location, not a copy.

 

Am I doing something wrong or is this an overlooked feature that needs to be addressed?

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