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By the way, I solved it and you have waayyy too much free time on your hands, lol ;)
Does this not work for you? If not I may be able to help further, but I have since upgraded my PC and obtained a high-capacity NAND SSD and no longer have the need to symlink resources for Steam.
One other option you may have is to tell Steam to install specific games directly to a different drive so that you do not have to symlink as often. Although, I am not sure if that will solve your particular use case.