I recently installed a secondary OS Windows Server 2008 R2 std. edition on my PC which is having Windows7 Professorial edition as the primary OS.
Now the problem is, if I execute "PATH" command in windows server 2008 R2, it shows system32 and windows folder paths pointing to C:\ drive instead of G:\ drive. G: drive is the location where I had installed Win2008 OS.
I haven't changed any PATH setting nor installed any applications. When I looked in Disk Management it shows C:\ drive as the active partition.
My concern is, if edit the PATH environment variable to point to G:\ drive will that affect Win2008 OS?
Edit: The worst thing is, if I try to install applications like .NET framework, VS.NET or SQL server in Win2008, some of its components by default gets installed to C:\ drive instead of G:\ drive.
Please help me to sort this out.