A user of ours cleared their path, thanks to some directions on the internet.
What is the default path, I am a developer so I have tons of extra stuff in mine, what should my user get on a plain jane one?
According to this MVP, on Vista it was:
I would assume the same for Windows 7. I also have
\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\ as one of my first entries so you might want to add it as well since PowerShell was shipped with Windows 7.
I just finished installing Windows 7 Enterprise SP1-U (x64 English) in a virtual machine. I can certify the following as the default
Path environment variables. Note that I haven't installed anything (not even the "additions", "drivers", or "tools") into the virtual machine.
Path environment variable (the inconsistent capitalization is as-is):
There is no default user
Path environment variable (i.e., no such variable was set).
There's really no such thing as a default Path; it changes as software and devices are installed/tremoved. However, at a bare minimum, your Path should contain:
Sorry, mine's no longer "plain jane" but I've removed the obvious added items (this is on 64 bit, remove the (x86) bits if you're on 32):
I'm not 100% on the first item in the list but it seems to be something to do with bluetooth. Not sure why that should need to be in the path though.