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How to invoke "System" on command line ?

Posted on 2006-07-16
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In one of our servers which can not logout due to some programs that need to run online, and the ID currently loged in has no Administrator right.  What I need to perform is to change the environment variable PATH.  Since this ID has no authority to change this variable via "SYSTEM" in control panel.  

Therefore, I'm thinking of using "runas" in command line.  Yet, I  do not know what command in DOS command line can invoke the "SYSTEM" window in control panel (or right-click My-Computer and choose properties).  

Can anyone help ?

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c:\windows\system32\sys.cpl
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c:\winnt\system32\sysdm.cpl
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Very good ... thanks.

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no worries

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