|03 Feb 2011||#1|
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Edit Environment Variables via command line
I know how to udpate my environment variables using the stupidly slow to navigate windows. This is pointlessly slow IMHO.
How do i type a command, ONCE, that will update/add an environment variable that does not need to be retyped every time i open a new CLI session. The SET command seems pathetically lacking in this ability unless it has some undocumented argument beyond the two listed with /help.
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