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Adding Directory EMS Shell Path

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Hello,

This is probably really easy, but Google isn't helping.  How do I add a directory to the path the Exchange (2010) Management Shell uses?

Thanks.
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Had you add the path to environment variables ?

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Well, how about that.  For some reason I had it in my mind that the EMS used a different path variable than the system variable.  Thank you.
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