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Bo Berglund wrote: > I found one method, but it is a bit clumsy. I would rather like to have > a way to use a command like: > "findpath cvs.exe" > or similar and then a display of *all* instances that could be found via > the path on the system. > > The cludge solution I found is: > - Create new shortcut on desktop > - Enter cvs.exe in "location of item" (no path!) > - Next and finish > Now open the shortcut properties and look at "Target" > Here is the path to the cvs.exe file. > > But it only gives a single value of course.... Go onto the root of c: (and d:, etc.) and do 'dir /s cvs.exe' That should show you all copies. Tony