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PATH=%SystemRoot%\system32;%SystemRoot%;%SystemRoot%\System32\Wbem

I want to make the path=%SystemRoot%\system32;%SystemRoot%;%SystemRoot%\System32\Wbem;c:\oracle

how can i do?

my script:

$oldpath = EnvGet("PATH")

$newpath = "$oldpath"&";c:\oracle"

EnvSet("PATH", $newpath)

EnvUpdate()

it seems no use

help me ,thanks

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Do you read the Bold part? Or really you have no effect?

A environment variable set in this way will only be accessible to programs that AutoIt spawns (Run, RunWait). Once AutoIt closes, the variables will cease to exist.

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SETX is the most easy solution.

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i have just seen the problem

about setx,what should i do?i really don't know,,plz give me a little tips,thanks

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Hello random8011,

if your problem is what ezzetabi wrote in the bold part (" Once AutoIt closes, the variables will cease to exist.") and you don´t want to use setx, just AutoIt, you can try this small function I wrote a while ago for my loginscripts:

Func setuserenv ($nameandvalue)
   $name=stringmid($nameandvalue,1,StringInStr ( $nameandvalue, "=",1)-1)
   $value=stringmid($nameandvalue,StringInStr ( $nameandvalue, "=",1)+1,256)
   RegWrite("HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Environment", $name, "REG_EXPAND_SZ", $value)
   EnvUpdate ( )
EndFunc

Usage is like that (example):

setuserenv ("PATH=C:\TEST")

Note the function only sets enviroment for the current user. (Should be fine most of the time + in this case you don´t need adminrights to use the function).

I only tested it on german WinXP and Win2000 systems but I don´t see any reason why it should not work on other language system, too. So you might give it a try if you like.

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