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comment Append to System PATH variable without including the User's PATH variable
This is also working on Windows 8.
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comment Append to System PATH variable without including the User's PATH variable
The only issue I'm running into now is that SETX is truncating my variable to 1024 characters. Looks like Powershell is going to be a better way to go.
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comment Append to System PATH variable without including the User's PATH variable
@jdlugosz I'm finding it hard to understand a lot of what you're trying to say in your answer. Do you have a working example that doesn't require a third-party app? Powershell might be an option though. This is not for a specific computer.
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comment Append to System PATH variable without including the User's PATH variable
@Scott I'd be happy to accept your comment as an answer if you post it as one and include a working example.
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comment OpenSSL: How to create a certificate with an empty subject DN?
Oh, and that's only if prompt = yes [or blank]. If prompt = no then C = US would mean "US" is the default value.
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comment OpenSSL: How to create a certificate with an empty subject DN?
This is because the config file did not actually contain default values. C = US means that the "prompt" for C is "US", not the default value. Instead, the file should contain C = Country and C_default = US.
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comment How to delete directories with path/names too long for normal delete
@Goran_Mandic No problem. BTW, rimraf doesn't have an -f switch. In fact, its only switch is --help, which you can see by running rimraf --help.
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