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Environment variables unser win 95

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Win 95 does not setup user environment variables when you logon to a NT domain. But there are two utilities that enable you to do this. The two utililities are winset
and putinenv. The problem is, I can't find putinenv.
I have winset.exe but not putinenv. Does anyone know where to get this file.

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Don't use putinenv and winset. Try KixStart95. With this enhanced   logon script processor you can set all environment variables you want in windows 95 from a WINNT logon script.
And do a lot more ...

You can get it from: http://netnet.net/~swilson/kix.html

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