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QuestionWindows XP Convert SystemDrive Variable e.g. %SystemDrive% - into equivelant C++ code Pin
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Hi David,

Thanks for your post but your answer I think is for vista & above could be wrong but my ? is related to XP
Found this though:
Most of the constants are based on documented CSIDL's ( http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb762494%28v=VS.85%29.aspx ) except temp and quicklaunch IIRC. There is no documented api to get the systemdrive AFAIK so ReadEnvStr is as native as this is going to get.

ReadEnvStr $0 "SYSTEMDRIVE"

status: open --> closed

But even that is not even injectable into the line SetSfcFileException(0, L"c:\\windows\\system32\\calc.exe",-1); as the above only states open or closed status. I think ultimately I am flogging a dead horse, was hoping for a quick easy interchange of code but looks like the answer will require multi-lines of code & I am incapable of undertaking that.

But regardless many thanks for the response david
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