GetTempPath API in Javascript

How can find a temp folder where the current user has the access right?
My application will generate template html files in a temp folder under the application path (usually, administrator user installed it in "C:\Program Files\BillcchApp"), but some of users don't have the access right on the application folder. How can I find the path that current user has the access right....

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>>>My application will generate template html files...
did your write this app?
If yes, why not GetTempPath from this app?

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ZvonkoSystems architectCommented:
Here an example:

function getTempDir(){
  var wShell = new ActiveXObject("WScript.Shell")
  var wEnv = wShell.Environment("Process");
  var tPath = wEnv("TEMP")
    tPath = wEnv("TMP")
  return tPath;


"Automation server can't create object"

for this reason I didn't write example, but the same thing easy to do in app.

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ZvonkoSystems architectCommented:
Where do you read it is a web page? It only creates web pages.
I didn't read it, but I did understand it so :)
and your example for some reason has <script> ;)
ok, If some hta is billcch's application, then Zvonko's example is ok.
but if we speak about scripts that are not on the webpage, then I prefer .vbs


Set WSHShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")  
Set Environ = WSHShell.Environment  

For Each i In Environ
      Environs = Environs & i & vbCrlf

MsgBox "HERE ALL ENVIRONS" & vbCrlf & Environs

billcchAuthor Commented:
Thanks guy,
sorry I went to business trip, and did not have chance back to ee to thanks you guys.
Thanks again!
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