To create a symbolic link I use the Terminal:
Let's say I want to create a link from the gvfs mountpoint of a share named "music" on a server named "bob" to say /home/morbius/Music:
ln -s /home/morbius/.gvfs/"music on bob" /home/morbius/Music
That's only true if the share you're trying to access has a symbolic link embedded in it's directory on the server. It is not applicable in this case as this user is trying to create a symbolic link from the mounted share to another location on the same client machine.
Originally Posted by bab1