Have system that can boot dos (on c:) and nt (d:).
NT reads the autoexec.bat on c: at boot. How can
I modify the environmental assignments base on OS?
For example -- if dos is booting path=c:\bin, if NT
boots path=d:\bin ... and so on. How about config.sys
dynamic mods too?
Already tried executing set>aFile in autoexec.bat to
inspect current env - doesn't run on NT boot (or doesn't
leave a file).
Already tried putting "NT" version of autoexec.bat on
d:\ - doesn't read it.
No registry mods please - unless necessary. Thanks
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