troubleshooting Question

Setting PATH Environment Variable for SQL

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Microsoft SQL ServerWindows XP
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I am trying to control the version of dtexec.exe that is used by default on a server with multiple sql versions installed. As far as I know, the order of the SQL directories in the environment variable PATH will make this determination.

I have changed the PATH setting, but something keeps changing it back on startup. Does anyone know how I can permanently alter this so it stays? I'm not suer what is setting it back. I have checked the Startup & sysedit & I don't see anything there that can be doing this.    
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