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Windows 2000 Server Support Tools. Can they be copied to different directory netdom.exe

I went to use netdom and it kept saying

'netdom' is not a recognized command.

Got the Windows 2000 support tools installed from the CD but still got the same error on the server.
Changed the directory to reflect C:/progra~1/suppor~1 and then it worked.

What would be the best thing to do to enable the tools to work from any location listed on the  command line?



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nihlcatCommented:
You can add the support tools directory path above to you environment variables path
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gizmoadriaAuthor Commented:

ok.

How to?

In system variables?  Add to the PATH item?
Please detail.
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nihlcatCommented:
Right Click My Computer, go to Advanced tab>Environment Variables and add the path to the System variables Path.
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Debsyl99Commented:
Right-click my computer - properties - advanced - environment variables. Click path - edit and add the path to you support tools. OR copy them to a pre-existing folder within the defined paths,

Deb :))
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Debsyl99Commented:
lol - Looks like I'm always going to be one minute behind you today nihlcat! :))
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nihlcatCommented:
Hee Hee!
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Debsyl99Commented:
But I'd rather be singing the same song eh?? Two experts saying the same thing is always better than one I reckon - good to work with you :))
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nihlcatCommented:
Indeed!  I'll be seeing you out there!
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Debsyl99Commented:
Bank on it ;-)
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gizmoadriaAuthor Commented:
works like a charm!

You guys are silly but thanks so much for your expert knowledge
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Debsyl99Commented:
You're welcome and Yeah we know ;-)
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nihlcatCommented:
Our pleasure!
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