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Help - Run Command - Windows XP

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My Issue is like this ---

At my home computer, I can open RUN command box and enter "Desktop" and it brings up my Desktop Folder.

But

When at my office computer, I try the samething, I get error "Windows cannot find 'desktop'. Make sure you typed the name co......."

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It's not a very useful thing but I am just stuck on it ... can someone plzzz help...

btw

system and update are exactly the same in both computers.

Thanks

Let me know if you need any more system info.

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The best candidates for the Run line are applications that are in the "path" environment.  The path environment is a set of folders whose names do not have to be included when entering a command. The path environment variable normally includes Windows and Windowssystem32.

Not only files but also folders can be opened in the Run line. Folders contained by a folder in the path are in this category. Examples are folders within Windows and Windowssystem32 such as the folders Fonts and "Drivers". Folders that are in Documents and Settings{Current User} can also be opened in Run.

If there is a 'Desktop' folder in your username tree at work, security settings are probably set tight enough to restrict acess to the 'Run' command tool.

Hope this helps-

JxL

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