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Old 22nd March 2005, 19:31   #2
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That's normal Windows 2003 and terminal services behavior. I don't remember the exact reason, but that's the way it works. There is probably some information about this in MSDN. If you want to get the system Windows directory, you can call GetSystemWindowsDirectory using the System plug-in:
System::Call 'kernel32::GetSystemWindowsDirectory(t .r0, i ${NSIS_MAX_STRLEN})'
DetailPrint "Windows Directory: $0"

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