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Is the website directory path length important for server operations speed in any sense?

I'm using a website and I do lots of operations (its a basis for mobile app). If I place the website in a long path directory of the server will that slow down the operations in any sense? I mean ...
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Path not loaded for user when connecting with SSH

I have an Windows 2008 Server Instance running on EC2. I have installed an application and added it to the path and it is now available to my Administrator user from the Command Line. However, when I ...
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Where are task scheduler event files stored on Windows Server 2008?

I tried setting up triggers in Task Scheduler Windows Server 2008, but Microsoft needs to fix a bug that I documented on Stack Overflow. So I can't use triggers until they fix this bug. Basically ...
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PATH variable and quotation marks (windows)

I am having a weird problem with the PATH variable under windows: My application is in a folder c:\app\bin and the DLLs for this application are in the c:\app\runtime folder. To run my program I ...
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“Path Not Found” when attempting to write to a sub folder within a mapped drive

We have an interesting issue with one of our server shares, or possibly, our Win 7 desktops. When our users try to save files in a sub folder, either via copy/paste or through an application, to a ...
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Should I add SysWOW64 to my System Path to get 32bit programs in the path?

I have some 32-bit GNU programs that I want to add to the system path on my Windows7-64bit machine, such as Curl.exe, WGet.exe, AutoExNT.exe, etc. I don't want to have to alter the system Path ...
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psExec doesn't have path

I have a brand new windows 2008 server (64 bit), and the remote deployment scripts using nant and psExec are not behaving like they do on the old servers. This works: psExec \\newserver.myco.com cmd ...