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What is the equivalent file path for c:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Desktop\ in a windows 7 64 bit OS?

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If I have the following path on my Windows XP machine: c:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Desktop\

What is its equivalent in a windows 7 64 bit OS?

Can someone convert it for me?  I'm trying to change an install script that everyone can access on this new computer.  Easy 500 points.  Thanks.
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Try %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Desktop
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C:\Users\Public\Desktop
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c:\users\Public\Desktop
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Thanks, appreciate it.
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Very welcome..  All the best!
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