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%HOMEDRIVE%\%HOMEPATH%

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When I bring up my (non-administrator) command prompt, it comes up as follows:

Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]
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C:\Users\yellow>

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Does this mean that my %HOMEDRIVE%\%HOMEPATH% is:


C:\Users\yellow

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Question by:Anthony Lucia
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The %HOMEPATH% is usually \users\YourUserName
%HOMEDRIVE% is usually c:

HTH,
Dan
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Unless your default path has been changed C: is your %HomeDrive% and Users\yellow is your %HomePath%

You can always verify this by entering the following from the command-prompt:
Echo %HomeDrive%
Echo %HomePath%

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