Due Process: How to Move Maps off of Your C Drive

Due Process

The game unpacks maps from the installation folder to your OS drive no matter what. Here’s how to get around that if you don’t have any space you can clear up on that drive or just don’t want the files on there.

Preface

The files for the game are unpacked to the Appdata folder on your OS drive. This guide covers how to move them to a different drive. If you don’t care where your maps are, and you have no problems unpacking, this guide is not for you.

How To

This guide is basically how to do a symlink for this game specifically. If you already know how to make symlinks, this is easy. If you don’t, it’s not hard but make sure you follow the steps exactly and in order.

How To Do a Symlink for the Unity Files:

1) First, make a folder specifically for this on your drive with free disk space, like
D:\UnityAssetData\

2) Second, close your game

3) Third, with the game closed, go to %appdata%\..\LocalLow\ and Delete the Unity folder.

4) Fourth, press the windows key and type in cmd – this should show the Windows Command Prompt option. Right click it and do Run as administrator

5) Fifth, with the command terminal open in admin mode, do
mklink /d “%AppData%\..\LocalLow\Unity” “D:\UnityAssetData\”

You can replace that last part with the path of the folder you made, and make sure to specify the correct drive letter.

Apart from this guide, if you want us to cover any other guide related to the game “Due Process” do let us know in the comment section. We’re happy to do that for our readers. We’ve also covered few more guides related to this game, kindly check the related posts section below.

Written by: Ozymandias

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